Sells out in minutes: Adele Tickets Sold Out

Published: December 18, 2015

Sells out in minutes: Adele Tickets Sold Out, A slew of Adele fans will be saying “Hello” from the outside of concert venues throughout her highly-anticipated North American tour next year.

Tickets to all her 50-plus shows across the continent in 2016 sold out within minutes, and Ticketmaster even reportedly crashed due to the tremendous spike in activity on the site Thursday morning.

Adele is playing two shows in Dallas on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2. Tickets to those shows were listed on Stubhub from $319 to over $11,000 – an exponential increase from the listed price – by Thursday afternoon.

As it does in so many other moments of crisis, the internet came through in the clutch with hilarious reactions to the ticket-buying process. #AdeleTickets was trending nationwide for much of the day Thursday.

The lucky few scored tickets during the narrow window of availability.
buying my adele tickets like…

— Ashly Perez (@itsashlyperez) December 17, 2015
me watching everyone in my office try to get Adele tickets when I already have mine

— Daniel Taroy (@danieltaroy) December 17, 2015
But it was definitely stressful.
Waiting in queue to try and get Adele tickets got me like

— Mr. Fruit (@MrFruitYT) December 17, 2015
When your wait time on @TicketMaster goes from 16 minutes to 45 minutes

— Louisa Orford (@LouisaOrford) December 17, 2015
All of Toronto trying to get Adele tickets like

— Elamin Abdelmahmoud (@elamin88) December 17, 2015
Alas, many hours of waiting proved fruitless.
When you wait 45 minutes for #adeletickets and it says there are no more available.

— LadyLaLa (@oo0oLaLa) December 17, 2015
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been personally victimized by Ticketmaster while trying to buy Adele tickets✋🏼

— Anne Murphy (@AnneAlexa12) December 17, 2015
Now I can add not getting #adeletickets to the list of things @Adele makes me cry about.

— Jenny Brier (@JennyMash) December 17, 2015
3 Adele concerts this summer. 2 hours waiting in lines. 0 tickets able to be purchased. I’m not okay.

— Joy Beth Smith (@JBsTwoCents) December 17, 2015


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