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10 April 2014

Rock superstar Bryan Adams will be performing at eleven UK arenas this autumn, including The O2, London, on Saturday 22 November.

The tour is to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the multi-million selling album, 'Reckless'. Tickets will go on general sale Friday 11 April at 9am and are available from Ticketmaster and Live Nation.

Since its release in 1984, 'Reckless' has gone three times Platinum in the UK alone. It spawned huge hits such as 'Run to You', 'Kids Wanna Rock', 'Somebody', 'Summer of '69', 'One Night Love Affair' and 'It's Only Love' a duet with the incomparable Tina Turner.

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'Reckless' also gave Bryan his first U.S. #1 on Billboard with 'Heaven' as well as a Diamond Award for over a million sold in his home country of Canada.

As Canada's best known ambassador, Bryan Adams has spent the last three decades making music history. He has sold upward of 65 million records, toured six continents and achieved #1 status in over 40 countries around the world.

He has been awarded the Order of Canada, has been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and has a Star on Canada's Walk of Fame. Adams has been nominated for, and won several Academy Awards, Golden Globes and Grammy's, has a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and has been inducted into Wembley's Square of Fame.

Tour Dates:
13th November - Capital FM Arena Nottingham
14th November - The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
15th November - Echo Arena, Liverpool
16th November - Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
18th November - Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
19th November - Birmingham LG Arena
21st November - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
22nd November - The O2, London
23rd November - Phones 4u Arena Manchester
25th November - First Direct arena, Leeds
26th November - Wembley Arena



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