The British singer, who has expressed her reluctance at performing live in the past, kicked off her world tour in the United Kingdom in February 2016.
During the British singer's show in Aukland, New Zealand, she revealed to her fans that her journey of hitting the road might be over and done with.
Adele described that her concert tour has changed her life and now she fully understands why she did it.
"Touring isn't something I'm good at - applause makes me feel a bit vulnerable", she said in front of an audience of 400,000 in Auckland New Zealand on Sunday night. "The only reason I've toured is you", the singer said to the audience.
Despite receiving multiple Grammys and having sold out concerts everywhere she went, Adele finally confirmed her fans biggest nightmare: she won't tour anymore. I'm not sure touring is my bag.
She reportedly told the 40,000-strong crowd in Auckland: "Touring isn't something I'm good at".
Adele's promoter Michael Coppel in Australia and New Zealand also told the Australia's News Corp media that the "Hello" hitmaker may not be seen in the region again. "Then the future's an open book". Her concert tour will end on July 2 in London.
So her latest revelation comes as a slight shock for those who eagerly await to see the "Hello" crooner in person.