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Bryan Adams Dou­ble Pass – Per­form­ing Spark Arena Tues­day March 12

Waikato News - - MUSIC -

Yes folks, you heard right – Rock su­per­star Bryan Adams is head­ing to New Zealand with his full live band and we have two dou­ble passes up for grabs for you to be part of the ac­tion at his Auck­land show.

Join the Grammy and multi-award win­ning artist as he belts out such great num­bers as Straight From The Heart, Cuts Like A Knife, Heaven, Run To You, (Ev­ery­thing I Do) I Do It For You, Can’t Stop This Thing We Started, Please For­give Me, and the catchy as a cold in win­ter - You Be­long To Me.

Look out too for mu­sic from his forth­com­ing lat­est al­bum Shine A Light. Hits, fan favourites and new tunes prov­ing that Adam’s mu­sic is as rel­e­vant and pop­u­lar to­day as it ever was.

The Grammy-win­ning artist has seen suc­cess from a string of number ones in over 40 coun­tries and has sold in ex­cess of 65 mil­lion records world­wide.

His thirst for per­form­ing and his unique take on live con­certs have es­tab­lished him as one of the world’s best rock singers of our time.

Thou­sands of New Zealan­ders got the chance to see Adams live in ac­tion ear­lier this year, with his shows re­ceiv­ing crit­i­cal ac­claim.

“Bryan Adams kicked off his Get Up! Tour in ab­so­lutely tip-top style… We’ve sung our hearts out, clapped our hands and waved our phone lights in glee­ful revelry, and bounced our way through a solid 2-hour set of pure, sim­ple, hon­est pop-rock de­liv­ered with ab­so­lute class.” - Am­bi­ent Light

And he’s do­ing it again, All For Love next Jan­uary, point­ing to the The Sum­mer Of ’69 mak­ing the Sum­mer of 2019 one of the most mem­o­rable on record!!

Tick­ets from Tick­et­mas­ter

■ Com­pe­ti­tion pre­sented by the Fill The House Tick­ets Project — proudly sup­port­ing fam­i­lies of chil­dren with cancer.

To be in the draw, email your name, ad­dress and day­time phone number(s) to hn­fth­[email protected], with ‘Bryan Adams’ in the sub­ject, by mid­day Mon­day, De­cem­ber 17.

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