Spectacle : 20:00
Even internationally celebrated musicians like Bryan Adams were forced to sit at home during the global pandemic, dreaming of returning to the stage, fuelled by an increasingly growing appetite to get back to playing live. In 2023, he made a successful come-back plugging his guitar back in. After America and Mexico in the spring, it’s Europe’s turn come the autumn. Adams has a reputation as one of the most exciting live performers on the planet. Someone who has been releasing albums for over four decades, delivering hit after hit, is in a great position to serve up the ultimate song catalogue for a rousing concert night. ‘Summer of 69’, ‘Run To You’, ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You’, ‘Heaven’, ‘It’s Only Love’, ‘Cuts Like A Knife’, ‘Somebody’ or ‘Can’t Stop This Thing We’ve Started’ are certain to get an airing on the night, but Adams will also be playing new songs. The new songs from his latest album ‘So Happy It Hurts’, his Grammy-nominated, seventeenth studio album released two years ago, take on a whole new dimension on stage on the strength of the singer/guitarist’s energy and exuberance, his well-oiled band and audience interaction. Over the course of his career, Bryan Adams has racked up millions of album sales and added three Academy Award nominations, five Golden Globe nominations, a Grammy Award and twenty Juno Awards to his name. Bryan Adams and the live stage are clearly made for each other. Playing the world over makes him intensely happy. In fact: ‘So Happy It Hurts’.