And it seems Adele fans set to attend the event have been let down all over again. 

Taking to Twitter, many ticket holders vented their fury at not getting a full refund following the shock cancellation. 

The £5.50 booking fee per ticket is non-refundable leaving many fans out pocket.

Eventim UK, the company that handled the event, released a statement revealing the reason they won't be returning the money.

"The booking fee is a charge to cover the costs our ticketing service," they said to Newsbeat.

"As a ticketing agency we booked, processed and delivered the tickets, this service has been provided to the customer."

"Hey @eventim_uk - why no refund on the booking fee for @Adele? That's an awful lot money still, for a show I didn't get to see,” one fan wrote.

Another added: "Surely if a gig is cancelled every customer should be refunded their full amount?"

"Losing out on £50 due to @Adele cancelling her show how @eventim_uk can keep the booking fee is beyond me," stated a third.

In the companies terms and conditions, it states: "We will use our reasonable endeavours to refund you the face value the ticket (excluding any booking fee, service charges, facility fee or any other fee) as soon as reasonably practicable."

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