Award-winning singer Adele recently announced her first live shows in the UK since 2017.
On Tuesday she revealed on Twitter a poster of her concert dates with the caption 'Oiii Oiiiiiiiiiiiii' and a link to her website.
Adele will be playing two shows at the British Summer Time festival in London's Hyde Park on July 1 and 2, 2022.
Tickets for the events are in high demand, with Adele's website crashing due to such high traffic as so many people try to sign up.
Fans started to joke that 'it's time for the Adele tickets hunger games', while others went online to vent frustrations and concerns that they probably wouldn't be able to get tickets, reports The Independent.
According to the Daily Mirror some fans who missed out on seeing Adele when she was last performing live in 2017 were dismayed to find out they might not get tickets to see her this time.
The singer had to cancel the final two dates of her 2017 tour due to doctor's orders, people who'd bought tickets to the shows were refunded and told they would get first access to tickets on sale for any rescheduled dates.
Since the British Summer Time festival is not connected to her previous tour those who missed out in 2017 aren't guaranteed a spot at the front of the queue to sign up for Adele's upcoming performances.
Per MyLondon, some Adele fans who could get tickets were 'fuming' over the 'daylight robbery' as some tickets will cost up to £579.95, though luckily those prices are only for the most expensive option available.
The concert is standing room only and general admission is £90.45, those who want to be the first in can get primary entry for £111.85 apiece.
Tickets for specific areas closer to the stage are more expensive, with gold tickets costing £273.95 and the diamond VIP experience right by the stage going for £379.95.
Getting into the VIP terrace will set you back £434.95 and it's the ultimate bar VIP diamond experience that will cost the top price of £579.95.
For those wanting to get tickets as soon as possible you can sign up on adele.com, assuming the website hasn't crashed again, and access the presale which begins at 10am.
Anyone who misses the presale will have to wait until tickets go on general sale at 10am on Saturday, October 30.
Adele's fourth album, 30, is scheduled to release on November 19 and follows her Grammy award winning album 25, released in 2015.
'Easy On Me', a single from the album, debuted at the top of the UK charts and surpassed the record for first week chart sales previously held by Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You'.
The song has also broken the Spotify records for the most global streams in a week.
Also performing at the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park are Elton John, Duran Duran and Pearl Jam.
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