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Bryan Adams - Standing Tickets Available - With 'B Stage' in the middle of the floor

EVENT INFORMATION

  • Date: Saturday 1st November 2008
  • Doors Open: 7.30pm
  • Pricing: £37.50
Standing tickets are still available for this world class superstar; don't miss your chance to get up close with the 'B Stage', right in the middle of the floor! Bryan Adams Announces Full UK Arena Tour plus releases his 11th studio album and new single. Canadian icon Bryan Adams takes to the road this autumn with a full UK Arena Tour in support of his new '11' album, and you can see him live in Newcastle at the Metro Radio Arena on Saturday 1st November 2008. Released on March 17th, through Polydor Records, Adams' 11th studio album, entitled '11' is packed full of unmistakable rockers and signature ballads The lead single 'I Thought I'd Seen Everything' is a Bryan Adams classic in the making - a rocky, mid-tempo track that has already gone onto radio playlists on both side of the Atlantic. The track is out now and available to download for free from hmv.com. '11' was recorded largely in hotel rooms and backstage dressing rooms around the world during the past two years and feature the return of his long time collaborator Jim Vallance on three cuts. The Adams/Vallance partnership was responsible for many of Bryan's classic hits including 'Heaven',' Summer of 69' and 'Run To You.' From the uplifting 'Broken Wings' to the sultry 'Mysterious Ways' to the anthem-like 'Something To Believe In' [that's boasts a chorus that should fill stadiums across the world], Bryan's 11th recording of original material is yet another milestone in a career that has spanned two and a half decades. Whether it is the plaintive guitar solo in 'Oxygen' or the reflective strains of 'I Ain't Losin' The Fight,' the songs hold the listener and transport them, underscoring once again why Adams is in such demand as a songwriter and concert performer. 11 is destined to bring new live favourites to the stage that would easily sit alongside Adam's extensive catalogue of greatest hits. To coincide with the album and tour, an exhibition of Bryan Adams photographs will be held at London's historic National Portrait Gallery, entitled 'Modern Muses'. Paul Tappenden Marketing Director for the venue said "It has been almost 4 years since Bryan has played the arena and we are pleased to welcome back such a world class superstar to the north east. With a huge catalogue of hits this will be one of the hottest tickets of the year" Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday 14th March 2008.
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  • EVENT INFORMATION
  • Date: Saturday 1st November 2008
  • Doors Open: 7.30pm
  • £37.50
  • Sorry, this event has now passed and ticket sales are no longer available.