Bryan Adams announces dates for 2022 Dublin and Belfast tour
Tickets starting at â¬ 65.50, booking fees included, will go on sale at 9 a.m. this Friday on Ticketmaster.ie.
Platinum seller and Grammy Award-winning musician Bryan Adams has announced live performances for Belfast and Dublin in the summer of 2022 with a featured tour.
Tickets for The SSE Arena Belfast on May 29 and 3Arena Dublin on May 30 will go on sale at 9 a.m. on Friday 15 October.
Widely regarded as one of the world’s most iconic rock musicians, Adams has received countless accolades and awards and has sold over 65 million albums worldwide.
Tour supports the Canadian’s 15th studio album slated for release in March 2022, aptly titled So happy that it hurts.
Adams had 27 top 40 singles, including the number one “(Everything I Do) I Do it For You”, on the soundtrack of the 1991 film. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and ‘Don’t Give Up’ with Chicane.
Adams joined his first band at age 15 and at age 20 his self-titled debut album was released. He rose to fame in the United States with the 1983 Top 10 album Cut like a knife, with his title song and the ballad ‘Straight From the Heart’, his first American Top 10 hit. His 1984 album, Bold, made him a world star with tracks like “Run to You” and “Summer of ’69”, both top 10 hits in the US and Canada, and the power ballad “Heaven”, a hit number 1 in the United States. His 1987 album In the fire became number 2 in Canada and the Top 10 in several other countries.
In 1991, â(Everything I Do) I Do It for Youâ went No. 1 in at least 19 countries, including for 16 and 18 consecutive weeks in the UK and Europe as a whole, both records. It is one of the best-selling singles of all time, with over 15 million copies sold worldwide. The song was included on Adams’ Wake up the neighbors (1991), a world number 1 album that sold 16 million copies.
DATES OF THE BRYAN ADAMS 2022 UK AND IRELAND TOUR:
May 13 Brighton, Brighton Center
May 14 Birmingham, Utilita Arena
May 15 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
May 17 Manchester, AO Arena
May 18 Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
May 20 Newcastle, Utilita Arena
May 22 Aberdeen, P&J Live Arena
May 23 Glasgow, SSE Arena
May 26 London, O2 Arena
May 29 The SSE Arena, Belfast
30 May 3Arena, Dublin
July 5 Durham, Emirates Riverside
July 6 Kelso, Floors Castle
July 8 Norwich, Blickling Estate