Legendary music icon and Grammy Award-winning artist Bryan Adams will be hitting the NZ soil once again, in celebration of the release of his forthcoming album 'Shine A Light'. This four-date tour is set to grace Auckland, Wellington, Nelson and Christchurch this March 2019.
After wowing fans in NZ, Bryan Adams will head straight to his Australian tour. He is set to play a series of shows in Melbourne, Wollongong and Sydney and perform two 'A Day On The Green' concerts in Hunter Valley and Perth.
Bryan Adams' upcoming ‘Shine A Light’ tour follows his successful summer tour earlier this year. Thousands of Kiwi fans got the chance to see the Canadian icon live, with his shows receiving critical acclaim.
"Bryan Adams kicked off his 'Get Up! Tour' in absolutely tip-top style… We've sung our hearts out, clapped our hands and waved our phone lights in gleeful revelry, and bounced our way through a solid 2-hour set of pure, simple, honest pop-rock delivered with absolute class." - Ambient Light
During a career spanning over four decades, Adams has seen success from a string of no. 1s in over 40 countries and has sold in excess of 65 million records worldwide. His thirst for performing and his unique take on live concerts have established him as one of the world's best rock singers of our time. He is known for his timeless hit singles '(Everything I Do) I Do It For You', 'Summer Of '69', 'Heaven' and Rod Stewart and Sting collaboration 'All for Love'.
Joining Adams for his South Island shows are legendary Kiwi acts Dave Dobbyn and The Jordan Luck Band.
Dobbyn started his music career when he joined rock group Th' Dudes and pop band DD Smash in the late '70s and early '80s. Years after breaking into the music scene, Dobbyn went solo, releasing hit after hit, including 'You Oughta Be In Love', 'Slice of Heaven', 'Loyal’' and 'Welcome Home'.
Jordan Luck was the lead singer and songwriter for the Exponents for several decades, with countless hits to his name, including 'Why Does Love Do This To Me', 'Who Loves Who The Most', 'Victoria' and 'Whatever Happened To Tracey'.
Grab your tickets now and witness Bryan Adams play his feel-good rock'n'roll hits on his spellbinding shows this March 2019!