Adele in Belfast: Hello singer kicks off world tour at SSE Arena
Adele is live in Belfast tonight as she kicks off her UK and European arena tour at the SSE Arena.
The Hello singer takes to the stage armed with a catalogue of hits and songs from her new record-breaking album 25 on Monday and Tuesday.
It marks Adele's first tour since 2011, which ended prematurely because of the discovery of a hemorrhage on her vocal cord requiring surgery.
On Monday morning, promoters Aiken announced a further sale of tickets for the concert which were sold out moments after the box office opened.
Adele's highly-anticipated and long-awaited tour will begin in Belfast tonight at 8pm - with no support act.
The doors open at 6.30pm and before 5pm it was reported that fans were already starting to queue in a bid to get the best spot in the sold-out show.
Adele has enjoyed a hugely successful comeback to the music world where she has broken numerous records.
She made history as she become the most successful solo artist in a single year at the Brit Awards after she took home four major trophies.
The Hello singer picked up the most coveted award of the night - British album of the year - for 25, as well as winning British female solo artist, best British single and scooping the global success award.
The album has now spent nine non-consecutive weeks at number one.
It was the first time four awards have gone to the same winner since Blur's 1995 success.