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S 7. Jul 2024

Bryan Adams


Tartu city | Tartu Lauluväljak

  • Music
  • Side programme


Rock Legend Bryan Adams to Ignite the Stage at Tartu Song Festival Grounds. Canadian music icon Bryan Adams, celebrated rock singer-songwriter with 17 studio albums, is set to ignite the stage at the Tartu Song Festival Grounds on July 7th, 2024, in what promises to be an unforgettable evening of music and entertainment. Concert is part of the European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 side programme.

▶ Schedule

17:00 Doors open
20:00 Ziggy Wild
21:30 Bryan Adams
01:00 Tartu Song Festival Grounds will be closed

▶ Information to the concert guest:

Born on November 5, 1959, in Canada, Bryan Adams has left an indelible mark on the music industry. with hits like “Please Forgive Me” (1993) and “Everything I Do (I Do It For You)” (1991). The Grammy Award-winning artist boasts an impressive career spanning decades, earning recognition for his exceptional musical talent and powerful performances.

Adams, who taught himself how to play guitar at an early age, quickly rose to prominence in the 1980s, becoming one of the most popular and successful recording artists of the era. At age 15, Adams replaced Nick Gilder as the lead singer of glam rock band Sweeney Todd. By the age of 20, his eponymous debut album was released, marking the beginning of a remarkable career that has seen him rise to global stardom. Adams’s 1983 top-ten album, “Cuts Like a Knife”, featuring hits like its title track and the ballad “Straight From the Heart”, propelled him to fame in North America.

His next Canadian and US number one album, “Reckless”, became the first album by a Canadian to be certified diamond in Canada. It featured six charting singles, including “Run to You” and “Summer of ’69”, both top-ten hits in the US and Canada, and the power ballad “Heaven”, a US number one hit.

Adams continued to dominate the charts with the release of “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You” in 1991, a global sensation that topped the charts in at least 19 countries, including 16 straight weeks at number one in the UK. The song, part of the album “Waking Up the Neighbours”, sold over 15 million copies worldwide, contributing to the album’s worldwide success with 16 million copies sold.

Recognized for his exceptional songwriting, Adams has produced chart-topping ballads like “Please Forgive Me” (1993), “All for Love” (1993), and “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” (1995). His 1993 greatest hits compilation, “So Far So Good,” sold 13 million copies worldwide and achieved multi-platinum status in various countries. His latest album “So Happy It Hurts” was nominated for Grammy Award.

▶ Accessibility information

Accessible parking is available on street Laulupeo puiestee. Priority access is given to concert attendees with a ticket for the wheelchair platform with the disability card. If there are free spots, other attendees with a valid parking card for people with disabilities can also park there.

The concert area can be accessed through two gates, both of which are accessible for individuals with special needs. The gate closest to the wheelchair platform is on street Laulupeo puiestee. There is an accessible restroom near the wheelchair platform.

Age limit is 3 years. Recommended age 6+ years. For visitors under 10 years of age, hearing-protective headphones are strictly recommended.

For any additional questions, please call +372 615 0051 (10:00-17:00) or email [email protected].

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