Bryan Adams announces 2021 UK tour dates, get presale tickets

Bryan Adams announces 2021 UK tour dates, find out how to get tickets

Canadian singer performs a series of outdoor summer shows in Exeter, Canterbury, Leeds, and more

Bryan Adams has announced he will embark on a seven-date tour throughout summer 2021. Tickets for the shows go on sale at 9am on Fri 11 Dec following the presale at 9am on Thu 10 Dec.

First rising to prominence with his 1984 album Reckless, Adams is known for a plethora of hits including 'Run To You', 'Heaven' and 'Summer of 69'. Since his debut, he has released 12 studio albums and five live albums. 1991 hit single 'Everything I Do (I Do It For You)', which featured in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, still holds the record for the most consecutive weeks spent at the top of the UK singles chart with an impressive 16-week run.

Adams released Ultimate back in 2017, which featured a host of much-loved hits as well as two new tracks 'Ultimate Love' and 'Please Stay' and was followed by Shine a Light in 2019. With so many hits under his belt, Adams has plenty of material to tour with. In 2021 he takes to the road for a series of outdoor shows up and down the UK.

Bryan Adams 2021 UK dates:
Sat 26 Jun — Bristol City Centre (tickets)
Sun 27 Jun — Cardiff Castle
Thur 1 Jul — Scarborough Open Air Theatre
Fri 2 Jul — DCBL Halton Stadium, Widnes
Sat 3 Jul — QEII Arena, Telford
Mon 5 Jul — Eden Project, Cornwall
Tue 6 Jul — Powderham Castle, Exeter
Thu 8 Jul — The Spitfire Ground, Canterbury
Sat 10 Jul — Harewood House, Leeds

Presale tickets for Byran Adams' 2021 UK tour go on sale at 9am on Thu 10 Dec. The general sale begins at 9am on Fri 11 Dec.

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