The news comes after the original two shows sold out within an hour today, December 2.
Fans will now be able to catch the 'Hello' singer perform on Wednesday, June 28 and Sunday, July 2.
The four shows are part of a homecoming finale to wrap up her massive world tour which is sold out across the globe.
A number of fans took to Twitter to express their excitement at getting their hands on a 'golden ticket'.
However some users were annoyed that tickets were on resale sites for triple the price.
But for those who missed out will be pleased to know that Wembley Stadium have confirmed extra shows.
The venue tweeted to announce the new dates and Adele's website was updated with information on the newly announced shows.
Read below everything you need to know to get tickets to the homecoming finale at Wembley:
When do tickets go on sale?
General sale tickets will be released at 10am on Friday, December 9 .
How much are tickets?
As with the previously announced shows, seated tickets will be priced between £45-£95, with standing admission at £75 and golden circle access at £175.
Is there a pre-sale?
Similar to the first two dates a pre-sale will take place, it will be on Wednesday, December 7 at 10am .
To access this you can sign up to Adele's mailing list at live.adele.com by 8am on Monday, December 5 when you will be sent a priority code.
Where can I buy tickets?
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