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Bryan Adams has announced the ‘So Happy It Hurts’ UK & Ireland tour for summer 2022 alongside rescheduled dates.

Bryan Adams 2022 UK & Ireland Tour:

Brighton Centre, 13 May
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 14
Nottingham Motorpoint, 15
Manchester AO Arena, 17
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 18
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 20
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 23
London The O2, 26
Dublin 3Arena, 30
Durham The Riverside, 05 July
Kelso Floors Castle, 06
Norwich Blickling Estate, 08

Tickets on sale Friday (15 October) at 9am from Gigantic Ticketmaster AXS The Ticket Factory See Tickets

Rescheduled 2022 Summer Shows:

London Royal Albert Hall, 09-11 May
Aberdeen P&J Live, 22
Hull Bonus Arena, 25
Cornwall Eden Project, 29 June (Eden Sessions)
Scarborough Open Air Theatre, 01 July
Widnes DCBL Stadium, 02
Telford QEII Arena, 03
Oxfordshire The Great Tew Park, 09 (Cornbury Music Festival)
Leeds Harewood House, 10
Cardiff Castle, 11

Tickets on sale now from Gigantic Eventim AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory See Tickets (Original tickets remain valid)

Bristol, Exeter, Canterbury dates cancelled.

Bryan Adams has also revealed that his forthcoming studio album ‘So Happy It Hurts’ is due out on 11 March 2022.

The record will mark his 15th release to date and will feature 12 new songs co-written by him, including the album’s title track.

He commented, “The pandemic and lockdown really brought home the truth that spontaneity can be taken away. Suddenly all touring stopped, no one could jump in the car and go…The title song ‘So Happy It Hurts’ is about freedom, autonomy, spontaneity and the thrill of the open road. The album of the same name, touches on many of the ephemeral things in life that are really the secret to happiness, most importantly, human connection.”

WATCH THE OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE HERE:

Alongside new music, fans can expect to hear the multi-million selling recording artist perform hits from his extensive back-catalogue including ‘Run To You’, ‘Summer of ‘69’, ‘Heaven’ and his huge 1991 hit single ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You’. The track, 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.

The singer-songwriter and guitarist unveiled his ‘Ultimate’ compilation album back in 2017, featuring a selection of his biggest hits alongside two new tracks ‘Ultimate Love’ and ‘Please Stay’. His most recent release ‘Shine a Light’ followed in 2019.

Bryan Adams has been touring the globe for almost four decades and his music has achieved No.1 status in over 40 countries. He has won numerous Juno Awards and a Grammy Award as well as been nominated for five Golden Globe Awards and three Academy Awards.

Adams has also been inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Canada’s Walk of Fame, the Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame, and the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Photo Credit: Bryan Adams / PRESS

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