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Legendary singer-songwriter Bryan Adams has confirmed a new UK tour, coming to arenas in early 2019.
The new tour kicks off in Belfast on 25 February 2019, before heading to London, Sheffield, Nottingham, Liverpool, Cardiff and Bournemouth.
With a career now spanning over four decades, Adams is a rock’n’roll icon. Since the release of his debut Self-Titled album in 1980, the Canadian has gone onto sell more than 65 million records worldwide, has been nominated for 15 Grammy Awards and completed multiple sold-out arena tours across the globe.
A hit machine, some of Bryan’s best-known singles include (Everything I Do) I Do It for You, When You’re Gone, All for Love, Please Forgive Me and the iconic Summer of ’69. Watch the official video for the timeless anthem below:
One of the most accomplished live performers in music today, Adams has toured the world multiple times and sold out iconic venues such as the Royal Albert Hall in London, Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado and Madison Square Garden in New York City. His last UK tour was a hot ticket, taking in venues such as The O2 in London and Manchester Arena.
Watch the singer-songwriter perform his hit single All for Love live from the Royal Albert Hall below:
Bryan is currently gearing up for the release of his 14th studio album. Details are a well-kept secret, but the album is expected to arrive shortly after the newly announced tour.
Don’t miss Bryan Adams playing the hits, and potentially some new songs live when he brings the Shine a Light tour to the UK in 2019.
Fans can pre-order Bryan’s Adams upcoming album before 12:00 on Tuesday 30 October 2018 to receive details on how to access the presale.
The presale then opens at 9:00 on Wednesday 31 October 2018.
Here are the dates:
25 February 2019 – The SSE Arena, Belfast
27 February 2019 – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
1 March 2019 – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
2 March 2019 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
3 March 2019 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
5 March 2019 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
6 March 2019 – International Centre, Bournemouth