Ahmedabad, get set to rock with Canadian singer Bryan Adams as he belts out the best chart-topping tracks of his career. Find out more about his Ultimate Tour, which starts on October 9.
Canadian singer Bryan Adams is back in India for the fifth time, and this time he lands first in Ahmedabad. The Ultimate Tour has travelled to more than 53 countries across 4 continents so far. Adams’ 19th concert tour, it’s perhaps the only international concert tour to visit five cities in India consecutively. The singer-songwriter has been a worldwide hit since 1984, and has been nominated multiple times for the Grammy Award, Academy Award and Golden Globe. This is his fifth concert tour in India, his last being in 2011.
The concert series will kick off on October 9 in Ahmedabad, and then proceed to to Hyderabad on October 11, Mumbai on October 12, Bengaluru on October 13 and Delhi on October 14. The tour is dedicated to his latest album Ultimate, which compiles the best 21 songs from over 75 singles created in Adams’ long musical career spanning across 13 studio albums, 5 live albums and 5 compilation albums.
The Ultimate Tour is going to be an epic treat for Bryan Adams’ fans in India. The playlist of 21 songs includes his most famous hits like Summer of ’69, Run to You, Heaven, Cloud Number Nine, Everything I Do I Do It for You, Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman, When You’re Gone and Can’t Stop This Thing We Started.
The tour has been organised by ENIL and has been arranged in Ahmedabad in partnership with Infibeam Digital Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. The concert tickets start from Rs 1000, and the show will be held at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad which has a seating capacity of 50,000 people.
India seems to now be in the spotlight of the international music industry. In the last two years alone, we’ve witnessed Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Poets of the Fall and many other prominent global musicians performing live for Indian audiences.
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