Bryan Adams Announces UK Arena Tour

Bryan Adams Announces UK Arena Tour

Bryan Adams has announced a full UK Arena tour to take place this Autumn.

The Canadian singer who releases his eleventh studio album '11' next week (March 17) is currently doing an eleven city stint for competition winners and fan club members in intimate venues, and played London Piccadilly's St James' Church last night (March 12).

Preceding the new album, his first since 2004's Room Service, fans can get a taster of the first single 'I Thought I'd Seen Everything', by downloading it for free from music retailer HMV here:

Coinciding with the album and tour, an exhibition of Bryan Adams portrait photographs 'Modern Muses' will be shown at London’s National Portrait Gallery.

Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday (March 14) at 9am.

More information is available from Bryan Adams' official website here:

Bryan Adams backed with a full band will play the following UK venues in 2008.

Nottingham Arena (October 25)
Glasgow SECC Hall 4 (27)
Liverpool Echo Arena (28)
Sheffield Arena (29)
Manchester MEN Arena (30)
newcastle Metro Arena (November 1)
Birmingham NEC (2)
Cardiff ICA (3)
London O2 Arena (5)


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