Adele has added eight extra dates to her 2016 tour, following “phenomenal demand.”
However Belfast is not getting an extra dates – its two dates have already sold out.
Tickets for her shows in the city, as well as in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham, in addition to four gigs in London sold out within minutes, when they went on sale at 9am on her official website, live.adele.com.
Promoters for Glasgow’s SSE Hydro said tickets for the 13,000 venue sold out within two minutes.
Touts have taken advantage, offering tickets at inflated prices of up to £609 on unofficial sites.
The Oscar-winning Skyfall singer, 27, has now added the additional shows - which includes four further performances in the capital - with the advance sales beginning at 9am on Monday.
The Adele Live 2016 tour kicks off at Belfast’s SSE Arena on February 29.
Adele, who has smashed UK and US records with her third album, 25, announced her first live gigs in four years on social media, saying: “I have been bluffing the whole time and I am so relieved to finally tell you I am of course coming on tour and I can’t wait to see all of you there.”
25, which the singer described as a “make-up record”, is the fastest selling album in UK history, having hit the one million sales mark within 10 days of its release, and is the biggest release of 2015.
The star’s latest achievement comes as a clip of her playing an impersonator broke the record for the most views on the BBC YouTube channel, notching up over 37 million hits in two weeks.
In the comedy sketch, which featured on the hour-long TV special Adele At The BBC, the singer went undercover wearing a prosthetic nose and chin to portray Jenny, who takes part in a fake audition alongside other lookalikes.
The five-and-a-half minute clip, which was released after the programme aired on November 20 on BBC1, has had 37,756,820 views and is the most watched video on the BBC’s YouTube channel.
It broke the record of the previous number one clip, which features Will Smith, Jaden Smith, Alfonso Ribeiro and DJ Jazzy Jeff on The Graham Norton Show in 2013.
The video of the four stars performing a medley, including the theme to Nineties sitcom Fresh Prince Of Bel Air, has had 37,005,873 views within a two year period.