With lucky fans already securing tickets to the shows, what can they expect from the London-born singer?
As well as getting fans to propose, upgrading people’s seats and generally just making dreams come true, anything can happen during her performances.
We take a look at her previous stage antics to try and get a flavour of what we can expect for what are bound to be memorable shows next year.
Despite being musical royalty, Adele is not perfect, but that is why her fans adore her, especially her honesty.
The global superstar was performing her track "Million Years Ago" during a concert in Lisbon, Portugal earlier this year when she accidentally started singing the chorus lyrics instead of the first verse.
Not one to hide from her mistakes, the songstress quickly stopped the band, laughing as she affectionately swore and said "wrong words" before apologising.
It's not the first time it's happened - fan footage on YouTube shows the star halt a performance of Chasing Pavements in Boston in 2011.
She joked: "I forgot the words! Oh my god, I’ve never forgotten the words to that song!"
The superstar was performing at the London’s O2 Arena when she attempted the bum-shaking "twerking" move, made famous by Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj, on stage.
“I think I just twerked,” she told the crowd who were all very amused. “I can’t do it that well. My whole body has to move.”
She then joked: “My bum could break my back, it’s so enormous!”
Adele then gave it another go as the crowd cheered even harder.
At another performance at the O2 Arena this year, she spotted a couple in the crowd and pulled them up on stage.
The star briefly stopped her performance of "Make You Feel My Love" to ask the pair: “Did you just get engaged?”
After finishing the song she then told the couple to come up on stage.
"Come up here you two," she said as she pointed them out in the crowd.
The newly engaged couple then walked up on stage and a video of the proposal flashed up on the screen behind them.
"That was the most beautiful thing I've ever witnessed at one of my shows," an overjoyed Adele then told them.
Inviting people on stage:
In Manchester, Adele made an autistic schoolgirl’s dreams come true when she invited her to join her on stage and sing with her.
The superstar brought Emily Tammam, 12, up on stage with her after spotting the girl's sign during her performance.
The audience was left in awe when the 12-year-old hit all the high notes during the duet with her idol on her hit "Someone Like You".
The schoolgirl, from Whitefield, was invited to join the Hello singer after the star spotted her banner reading “It is my dream to sing with Adele”, reported the Manchester Evening News .
She also invited fans on stage in the Netherlands earlier this year.
Adele now has three albums under her belt, with "19" released in 2008, "21" in 2011 and "25" which came out last year and hit number one around the world, with more than 1million copies sold.
She released the theme for the James Bond movie "Skyfall" in 2012, which won her the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
So, she has a plethora of crowd-pleasing hits to play for her fans, and they can be sure to hear the likes of "Hello", "Someone Like You" and new singles such as "When We Were Young".
Let us know in the comments section what you're looking forward to hearing from the singer.
And finally, the all important question for those of you without tickets.
When are general tickets released?
General sale tickets will be released at 10am on Friday, December 2.
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