Adele is reportedly set to bring her Las Vegas residency to Germany.
She wants to shift the show across the globe to give fans a chance to see the concert without ending up with a huge travel bill to Sin City.
A music source told The Sun: “Adele has always wanted to bring her Las Vegas residency closer to home and her gigs in Munich are a great place to start.
“Her shows in Vegas were absolutely massive for Adele and it’s helped her fall in love with singing live all over again.
“The set-up suits her perfectly and she loves going out on stage at Caesars Palace to perform.
“At the moment she has released four dates at the Munich Masse, where she will play on a gigantic, purpose-built stage with a capacity of 80,000 fans a night.
“If it sells out, which they’re sure it will, it means 320,000 people will be able to see her.
“As with all major gigs, there is always a chance she could tack on extra dates if the demand is huge.”
The insider went on: “And given the record numbers of people registering for tickets, it certainly seems to be going that way.
“Las Vegas would be a massive stretch for most people in Europe but for Germany it’s a case of jumping on a budget flight.
“Adele is totally devoted to her fans and she wants everyone to experience the residency- style show.”
The claim about the Germany plan comes after her team released pictures showing how Adele’s Munich gigs will look like.
A pop-up stadium will be created that features a small central stage with three walkround platforms sticking miles into the venue so Adele can have more connection with her fans.
The shows have been scheduled for August 2, 3, 9 and 10.
Adele said: “A one-off, bespoke pop-up stadium designed around whatever show I want to put on?
“I couldn’t think of a more wonderful way to spend my summer.”