|Founded by:||Billie Joe Armstrong|
|Key people:||Jason White|
|HQ:||San Diego, California|
Adeline Records was a record label which was formed in Oakland, California in late 1997 and shut down in August 2017. It was founded by Green Day's lead singer/guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, Screw 32's Doug Sangalang, Green Day's touring rhythm guitarist Jason White, and skateboarder Jim Thiebaud.
Up until its closing, White oversaw the day-to-day operation of the label, and Green Day's manager, Pat Magnarella, agreed to deal with Adeline's record label. Adeline Records was named after a street that runs through Oakland, California.
Adeline handled Green Day's vinyl releases.