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Adele demands DOZENS of additional stages be built in Munich to allow for multiple performance platforms during her upcoming Germany residency… as exorbitant ticket prices irritate fans

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Adele has ordered concert bosses to build her dozens of extra stages for her upcoming residency in Germany.

Adele has ordered concert bosses to build her dozens of extra stages for her upcoming residency in Germany.

The Grammy and British award-winning artist insisted she had to perform for audiences in every corner of the open-air stadium, based at the Munich Messe in August.

However, the star can’t walk there in a golf cart, so he plans to walk FIVE miles a night while performing his new summer shows in Germany.

The music superstar revealed that he will be strolling around the stadium to sing different hits to break up the crowd for ten nights.

The London-born star wants to share the intimacy created with his shows in Las Vegas, with 4,100 guests, before the 80,000 spectators in Munich.

Adele has ordered concert bosses to build her dozens of extra stages for her upcoming residency in Germany.

The Grammy and UK-winning artist insisted she had to perform for audiences in every corner of the open-air stadium, based at the Munich Messe in August.

The Grammy and UK-winning artist insisted she had to perform for audiences in every corner of the open-air stadium, based at the Munich Messe in August.

Adele admits she has lost all inhibitions and nerves at live shows, which have impacted her for 15 years, as her Las Vegas experience was “fucking sweet”.

Adele dished on the summer shows on stage at her Caesars Palace residency this weekend, where she also dropped bombs galore.

He also admitted that his 11-year-old son Angelo dreams of being a Premier League player.

Adele revealed her plans for Europe and boasted about increasing her training sessions during her days off from work.

Adele said of her return to Germany: “Las Vegas will always hold the most special place in my heart. I loved it.

“But anyway, I want to be able to connect with the crowd (in Munich). I was like, build me a stage in the crowd.

And they said, ‘Well, we can’t take you there unless you walk on a stage.’ Obviously I’m exaggerating a bit, but I think I’ll probably get a good four or five miles on an overnight walk.

‘So I really need to increase my stamina. So I exercise twice a day. The only thing I’ve been doing is training to be an athlete because I have some shows in the summer, I’m playing 10 nights in Munich…

However, the star can't walk there in a golf cart, so he plans to walk FIVE miles a night while performing his new summer shows in Germany.

However, the star can’t walk there in a golf cart, so he plans to walk FIVE miles a night while performing his new summer shows in Germany.

“I’m so excited and it’s a brand new show and it has such a big audience, I’ve done it before and I always felt a little bit dissociated, because I wonder how it’s possible that there are a hundred thousand people here to see it. One person. That doesn’t matter. no sense.

And it always seemed very far away to me. This show has made me no longer afraid to act in any way. So I’m excited about this program.” And that’s really all I’ve been doing.

Adele canceled the start of her initial residency on January 22, just hours before opening night.

However, he overcame a “career low” to find new confidence in acting after suffering from severe stage fright.

‘The security that this room has given me within myself and with my music has changed my life forever. I’m so proud. Some people thought I was going to continue extending, but this really is the end.

“Every time I say that, I get so excited because it’s honestly been the highlight of my week for two years and after the way it started or didn’t start, more like, I think it was one of the lowest.” I’ve been there once in terms of my career and things like that…

‘And I wasn’t sure if it would be bittersweet instead of just sweet. And it’s been fucking sweet. He’s absolutely lovely and I’m really going to miss him…

‘I love the routine it has given me. I loved meeting you and for a long time I was very, very afraid of not only the big crowd, but the crowd in general because I kind of played the whole show…

Thousands of seats remain unsold for Adele's Munich concerts after the star came under fire for sky-high prices (seen in 2022)

Thousands of seats remain unsold for Adele’s Munich concerts after the star came under fire for sky-high prices (seen in 2022)

‘It is not very normal, but it is also very normal that it is no longer filmed. So now I feel much calmer about that.”

Adele was dropping a lot of F-bombs as she recapped her week for her audience.

He addressed his son Angelo’s career hopes, saying, “My son is on the school basketball team and his team won this week, which is very exciting.” There are 11, what the hell are you laughing at?

‘He’s British too. He wants to be a soccer star. He doesn’t want to be a basketball player.

As the crowd reacted to the Premiership dream, Adele asked the crowd: “Do we have any football fans here tonight?” Tottenham Hotspur fans tonight? But when they mocked her, she replied: “Fuck you.”

‘This really feels like a sports crowd. I think I’ve told you to fuck off five times and I’ve only sung two songs. I’m from Tottenham. Do we have Man United fans? Have you ever been to Manchester?’,

Fans have criticized Adele’s German shows for “ridiculous” ticket prices.

The highest ticket price is over €700 (£598) if fans want a front row seat.

On X, formerly known as Twitter, fans claimed that prices were

On X, formerly known as Twitter, fans claimed the prices were “criminal” and nearly impossible for “regular people to see the artists live.”

Second-hand market sites have already snapped up the seats and are selling them for much higher rates.

Adele had upset her fans in the past with the cost of tickets at her opening Weekends With Residence shows in November 2022.

Front row tickets cost up to £30,000, while other VIP packages had seats and hotel deals set at around £200,000.

At Vividseats, a second-hand seller, top spots cost more than $40,000 for Adele at Caesars Palace Colosseum, where she often interacts with fans in the front rows.

Last year, music analytics company Pollstar ranked U2 as the band that music fans are happy to spend the most money to see live, especially with their innovative Sphereshows in Las Vegas.

But the Irish band top a new chart that shows British rockers over 60 are the most popular with audiences when it comes to opening their wallets, compared to younger stars on the charts.

Dublin stars U2 had audiences shelling out a staggering £305.14 on average per set inside the £3bn stage, screen and tech experience on the Sin City strip.

His closest British rival this year on ticket price was former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, whose limited stadium concerts saw fans split £128.81 per ticket.

Sir Elton’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road concert became the highest-grossing tour of all time over the summer.

Adele, 35, has faced backlash over her 'exorbitantly' priced tickets to her summer concert in Munich (pictured in 2023)

Adele, 35, has faced backlash over her ‘exorbitantly’ priced tickets to her summer concert in Munich (pictured in 2023)

For the three-hour show, people shelled out an average sum of £124.80.

Rockers who debuted in the 1970s, Queen, with founders Roger Taylor and Brian May, remain one of the hottest tickets on the planet at £119.80 a seat with American star Adam Lambert on lead vocals.

Former Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel’s performances have been loved by fans who have paid £100.27 for a place in arenas and stadiums.

Crooner Sir Rod Stewart continues to wow audiences with an average of £92.70, while synth pop pioneers Depeche Mode still spend $118.78 a head.

Chris Martin, a cheerful 46, and his Coldplay bandmates cost the public £88.93 a drink.

Meanwhile, Birmingham boys Duran Duran, fronted by 65-year-old Simon Le Bon, will turn a crowd back £84.23

They are in roughly the same price range as Harry Styles, 29, £86.08, and Ed Sheeran, £82.07, who are the youngest British artists to earn the most per seat at their performances.

Styles enjoyed earnings of £228 million from his last 59 shows at Harry’s House. Sheeran grossed £210 million in 54 stadium nights.

Former Pink Floyd star Roger Waters, 80, is ranked 12th in the top 100 biggest tours of 2023 with his seats averaging £80.74 ($103.45).

After 260,000 fans queued for hours to get the best and cheapest seats last week, they have now reflected on the cost

After 260,000 fans queued for hours to get the best and cheapest seats last week, they have now reflected on the “vile” cost of tickets (pictured last month)

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