Shepparton News - - FRONT PAGE - By John Lewis

Cana­dian feel-good rocker and big bal­lad singer Bryan Adams has been an­nounced as the first ever in­ter­na­tional act to headline at Mitchel­ton Wines’ fourth A Day on the Green event in Nagam­bie next year.

Adams will be sup­ported by Aussie mu­sic stars Daryl Braith­waite and Thirsty Merc at Mitchel­ton on Satur­day, Jan­uary 13.

Adams will be tour­ing to pro­mote his new best-of al­bum Ul­ti­mate which comes out on Novem­ber 3.

As well as clas­sic an­thems such (Ev­ery­thing I Do) I Do It For You, Please For­give Me and Sum­mer of 69, Adams’ 21-track al­bum fea­tures two brand new songs, Ul­ti­mate Love and Please Stay — his first new songs in more than two years.

His Nagam­bie Day on the Green ap­pear­ance is one of only two in Vic­to­ria — he will also be per­form­ing in Geelong.

Braith­waite’s ca­reer spans more than four decades, be­gin­ning as front­man for the le­gendary pop group Sher­bet in the 1970s.

His ca­reer in­cludes an ar­se­nal of hits such as Howzat, Sum­mer Love, Rise, One Sum­mer, As The Days Go By and his now clas­sic The Horses.

Three-piece pop-rock band Thirsty Merc this year cel­e­brates 15 years of tour­ing and is best known for hits Some­day, Some­day, In The Sum­mer­time and 20 Good Rea­sons.

A Day on the Green is a fully li­censed event with a strict no BYO al­co­hol rule.

Ticket prices start at $109.90 plus book­ing fees for gen­eral ad­mis­sion.

● To make a book­ing, go to www.tick­et­mas­

● For event in­for­ma­tion, go to www.aday­on­the­

● For ac­com­mo­da­tion in­quiries, phone Nagam­bie Vis­i­tor In­for­ma­tion Cen­tre on 5794 1471 or visit www.nagam­bielakes­

Sup­port­ive: Aus­tralian pop leg­end Daryl Braith­waite will also per­form at Mitchel­ton Wines.

Ul­ti­mate en­ter­tain­ment: Cana­dian rocker Bryan Adams head­lines A Day on The Green at Mitchel­ton Wines next year.

Aussie, Aussie: Aus­tralian pop-rock out­fit Thirsty Merc is among the spe­cial guest acts for Satur­day, Jan­uary 13.

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