Bryan Adams announces 2022 UK tour in support of new album ‘So Happy It Hurts’

Bryan Adams has shared details of UK tour in support of his new album ‘So Happy It Hurts’, which is due for release in March.

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The dates take in some previously announced UK shows for summer 2022 which include a closing show Cardiff Castle on July 11. The Canadian musician will now play an extra 12 dates that kick off in May at the Brighton Centre on Friday 13.

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Bryan Adams UK tour dates 2022:

MAY


Friday 13 – Brighton, Brighton Centre


Saturday 14 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena


Sunday 15 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena


Tuesday 17 – Manchester, AO Arena


Wednesday 18 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena


Friday 20 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena


Sunday 22 – Aberdeen, P&J Live Arena


Monday 23 – Glasgow, SSE Arena


Wednesday 25 – Hull, Bonus Arena


Thursday 26 – London, The O2 Arena

JUNE


Wednesday 29 – Cornwall, Eden Sessions

JULY


Friday 1 – Scarborough, Open Air Theatre


Saturday 2 – Widnes, Halton Stadium


Sunday 3 – Telford, QE2 Arena


Tuesday 5 –Durham, Emirates Riverside


Wednesday 6 – Kelso, Floors Castle


Friday 8 – Norwich, Blickling Estate


Saturday 9 – Cornbury Music Festival


Sunday 10 – Leeds, Harewood House


Monday 11 – Cardiff, Cardiff Castle

The news follows concert delays owing to the coronavirus pandemic. In May, Adams rescheduled a number of the outdoor UK gigs and cancelled some including Exeter’s Powderham Arena and Canterbury’s Spitfire Showground.

Previously, Adams had also moved a series of indoor shows in Aberdeen and Hull as well as his residency London’s Albert Hall to May 2022. Some details have since changed, including his London show, which is now happening The O2 Arena.

‘So Happy It Hurts’ will be the veteran rock star’s 15th studio album to date. it follows 2019’s ‘Shine A Light’.

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