Adele shows a preview of massive 360-stage coming to her NZ shows

Adele is performing in New Zealand on March 23rd, 25th and 26th - and if her Perth show is any indication of what to expect when she's on our shores, it will be massive!
Posting a time-lapse of her Perth set being assembled, her 360-degree stage is designed to make the huge show feel intimate.
In her first show on the Australian tour, Adele performed for two hours, belting out all the favourites like Rolling in the Deep, Skyfall, and Hello. She's only supported by a band, with no dancers or costume changes needed.
And if you're wondering who is Adele's support act is? Well, there isn't one!
None of Adele's shows in Adele's Live 2017 tour have an opening act - so with her New Zealand shows starting at 7.30pm, Live Nation have already recommended getting there at least an hour beforehand so there's plenty of time to be seated.
Auckland Transport is
 expected to hold event buses specially for Adele's shows at Mt Smart Stadium.
New tickets are also still available for all three shows.