BRYAN ADAMS, the man that gave us Summer of ’69, Heaven, Everything I Do I Do It For You and other streams of hits is heading to the land Down Under to perform a series of intimate shows. Bryan will play the smaller venues and has booked the Palais Theatre in Melbourne for his first stop on September 15. Bryan will then head to Sydney Opera House, QPAC Concert Hall in Brisbane and the Civic Centre in Newcastle for what is going to be a very up close and personal night with the rock legend who has been around for decades. Runaway hit Summer of ’69 has been a summer anthem for as long as I can remember. For Aussies, the song takes you back to the days when families would all jump in the car with caravan hooked up and kids in the back sucking back a Super Dooper or eating a Whiz Fizz….‘those were the best days of my life’. Adams has won several musical awards, some even for film scores. It was in March of 2011 that Bryan was given the 2435th star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. Did I mention Bryan’s Maltese inherited ancestry? All thanks to his grandmother. Tickets for the shows go on sale Wednesday June 29 at 9am, with pre-sale tickets available from today June 23 at 12 noon AEST… As this story goes to air…. I can report that I have just scored tickets in the very front row for the Melbourne show!
Don’t miss it, it’s set to be ‘Bare Bone’ material!
Bryan Adams – Bare Bones Tour Preview!