Adele's live booking agent: 'Stadiums would have been the easy option'

James Hanley

Adele’s agent has revealed why the singer is playing arenas rather than stadiums on her upcoming European tour.

Despite her staggering success in the recorded sector, Adele’s biggest headlining concert to date was at the 5,272-capacity Royal Albert Hall back in 2011.

And though the 27-year-old could conceivably fill the UK’s biggest outdoor venues several times over, her longtime representative Lucy Dickins, of ITB, believes such a leap would have felt premature. 

“I couldn’t think of another artist that has ...

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