Big Concerts has confirmed that singer and creator of all our favourite hits from “Summer of ’69” to “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” – Bryan Adams – is returning to South Africa performing in four cities as part of his Get Up World Tour, in partnership with DStv, 947, KFM, CapeTalk, East Coast Radio and Channel 24.

“Our partnership with Big Concerts provides a fantastic opportunity for DStv to showcase the power of great entertainment by bringing to life our customers’ favourite music content in a multi-sensory experience. We are also driven by our need to thank our customers for their loyal support through such events,” says Group Head of Marketing: Multichoice, Nomsa Chabeli Mazibuko.

The Grammy Award and American Music Award winning singer will dazzle Cape Town with his thirteenth studio album on 14 December 2017 at the Grand Arena, GrandWest. Bryan Adams has spent the last three decades making incredible music and history. Having sold over 65 million records, touring six continents, having been nominated for three Academy Awards and five Golden Globes and achieving #1 status in over 40 countries around the world – this is a show not to be missed.

One of the world’s greatest rock singers and outstanding live performers, Adams’ says “I wanted to always make records that are completely true to me” when commenting on his latest album Get Up.

Bryan Adams.
Bryan Adams.

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When Bryan Adams will be in Cape Town on Thursday 14th December 2017. Johannesburg – Saturday 9th December 2017. Pretoria – Sunday 10th December 2017. Durban – Tuesday 12th December 2017
Where Grand Arena, GrandWest, Cape Town
Cost Ticket prices range from R575 – R1020
Contact +27 72 656 1906, [email protected]

 

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