Bryan Adams is set to take the stage in Victoria.
On Sept. 9, the Canadian singer, guitarist, songwriter and record producer is bringing his So Happy It Hurts tour to the Save-On-Foods Memorial Arena.
Adams, 63, from Kingston, Ont. is estimated to have sold between 75 million and more than 100 million records and singles worldwide. Along with a Grammy Award, he’s also won 21 Junos, including in 2020 for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year.
“Adams has the reputation of being one the most exciting live musicians in the world. His energetic vocals and stage presence have proven to entertain for over 40 years,” states a post on SelectYourTickets.com, where passes go on sale starting this Friday, June 16.
The upcoming tour is in support of Adam’s 2022 studio album So Happy It Hurts, which charted in Canada and internationally at number two in both Germany and Switzerland. In B.C., it will also see stops in Penticton on Sept. 11, followed by Kamloops and Prince George on Sept. 12 and 13, respectively, according to Ticketmaster.
“Adams…will be playing the USA, South Africa, UAE, The Balkans and more, all in 2023,” states the post from SelectYourTickets.
The singer’s biggest studio album success to date is 1991’s Waking Up The Neighbours, which charted at number one in several countries, including Canada. It features the hit song (Everything I Do) I Do It For You.
Find more information about the Victoria concert online.