Bryan Adams Bringing 'Shine A Light Tour' Back To Canada
Bryan Adams will announce this week details of his Shine a Light Canada 2020 tour.
It will be the second time the 60-year-old singer will hit the road in his native country in support of his 14th studio album, which was released in March 2019. Last year, Adams took the Shine a Light Tour to 17 cities across Canada.
So far only the Quebec dates have been announced: Aug. 15 at the International Balloon Festival in St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Aug. 18 at Place Bell in Laval, Aug. 19 at l'Amphithéâtre Cogeco in Trois-Rivières and Aug. 21 at Place Festivalma in Alma.
Tickets go on sale Jan. 24 at 12 noon local time.
Last week, it was announced that Adams will be opening for Bon Jovi on the band’s summer tour – except at its only Canadian stop, Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on July 10.
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