Bryan Adams has announced dates for his “So Happy It Hurts Tour” in the U.K. and Ireland.
The Canadian rock star also announced that he will play a trio of shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall between May 13 and 15, which will see him performing his albums 18 Til I Die, Reckless and So Happy It Hurts in their entirety. He’ll run through one album at each show, respectively, as well as a selection of his biggest hits.
“Our last visit to the Royal Albert Hall was such a great series of shows, it was a no-brainer to want to come back and do it again. However, this time we have a whole new perspective on how to make it work and with three different albums. The band and I are really looking forward to it!” Adams said.
The “So Happy It Hurts” tour will see Adams visit Coventry, Sheffield and Cardiff after his London residency. He will also perform at Dublin’s 3Arena and The SSE Arena in Belfast.
Tickets for Adams’ UK and Ireland shows are on sale now.
May 13 – Royal Albert Hall, London (18 Till I Die in full and other hits)May 14 – Royal Albert Hall, London (Reckless in full and other hits)May 15 – Royal Albert Hall, London (So Happy It Hurts in full and other hits)May 17 – Building Society Arena, CoventryMay 18 – Utilita Arena, SheffieldMay 19 – Utilita Arena, CardiffMay 21 – 3Arena, Dublin, IrelandMay 22 – SSE Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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