It's the return of one of the greatest Canadian artists on January 25 at the occasion of the concert from Bryan Adams at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City.
Bryan Adams at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City on January 25, 2019 will mark the third visit in a little over two years in the National Capital Region for the artist, if we take into account the concert he gave last July at the Festivent of Lévis. He made his first appearance at the brand new amphitheater in Quebec City on July 27, 2016 in front of a crowd of more than 20,000 admirers.
And when I say filled, is that the 58-year-old artist always gives his fans long-term concerts, as evidenced by the 31 songs he sang during his most recent passage in the Old Capital.
Those who will have the chance to be there are guaranteed to hear the greatest hits of the decades-long career of Bryan Adams like Heaven, Please Forgive Me, All for Love, Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman? and of course, Summer of 69.
So whether you’re a fan of music in general or an avid fan of the artist, do not miss Bryan Adams’s show at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City on January 25, 2019. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, October 26, 2018 on the site of the Videotron Centre.
Throughout his long and prolific career, the man from Kingston, Ontario has offered us no less than 13 studio albums, as well as collaborating with a wide range of artists such as Sting, Barbara Streisand, Tina Turner, Nelly Furtado and even Mel C of Spice Girls. Many of these songs are also found on his concerts’ setlist.
Do not worry ladies, the theme song of the cult movie Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, (Everything I do) I do It For You is still part of the repertoire that the artist presents on stage at every concert. I say ladies because this ballad marked the imagination of several generations of teenage girls who asked their partners to dance on this hymn to self-sacrifice in the name of love. Not to mention the countless first bridal dances that started on these notes.
During his visits to French-speaking markets, he also performs his song Me Voilà, the only one of his repertoire written and interpreted only in the tongue of Molières. For an Ontarian born to British parents, the singer-songwriter speaks French very well and the people present will of course have the opportunity to see for themselves.