Bryan Adams is coming to perform in Gurugram this October

Prerona Lisah Mukherjee

After being enthralled by Coldplay and mesmerised by Ed Sheeran, India will now witness another legend, warming up the crowds-

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Bryan Adams is heading towards India nearly after a decade, this October and we’re losing our chill.

Nobody can do a love song better than Bryan Adams

Bryan Adams is coming to perform in Gurugram this October

We’ve all grown up listening to Summer of ‘69, 18 till I die, Run To You, Heaven, Cuts Like a Knife, All For Love and so on and we can snobbishly just say that nobody can do a love song better than Bryan Adams! Period.

The 58-year-old veteran musician turned philanthropist has toured in 53 cities already this year, across four continents, on his ‘Ultimate’ Tour!

When and Where?

This will be his 5th India tour and he’ll be performing in 5 major cities: Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore & Delhi NCR! The tour will commence in Ahmedabad on 9 October & then it’ll move to Hyderabad on 11 October at the Hitex Exhibition Centre.

The Mumbai show will take place at Jio Gardens, BKC on 12 October and in Bengaluru it’s going to be held on 13 October at Ozone Urbana, near the International Airport.

The tour finally will conclude in Gurugram on 14 October at the Leisure Valley Park, Gurugram. The tour is in support of his new album which also includes two new songs, ‘Please Stay’ and ‘Ultimate Love’.

Adams released a statement on the 15th of August saying, “Namaste India. At the onset Id like to wish each one of you a very happy Independence Day. India is one of my favourite places in the whole world. The love and generosity that I have experienced here are immense.”

This Canadian singer has made us fall in love with him time and again for the past 40 years and we cannot wait to witness his greatness, LIVE in front of us!

On a scale of 1- I’m going right now to book my ticket, how excited are you?!

Trivia: When Bryan Adams wrote the song ‘Back to you’ he was actually referring to India!

We’re shook af!