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BRYAN ADAMS

2016/ október/ 09, 20:00

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BRYAN ADAMS ANNOUNCED FURTHER DATES OF GET UP TOUR

 

Multi-platinum selling recording artist Bryan Adams announced additional cities to his recent tour. The GET UP TOUR kicked off on February 11th in New York City at the historic Beacon Theatre before hitting cities throughout North America, UK, Ireland and Europe through the end of 2016.


Now, Budapest is the part of this tour, Bryan Adams will perform at Budapest Arena on October 9th!
Tickets go on sale in Budapest on April 8th via www.livenation.hu.


Bryan Adams released his thirteenth studio album, Get Up in last October. Produced by famed ELO frontman Jeff Lynne and co-written with his long-time collaborator Jim Vallance, the album features nine new songs and four acoustic versions. The album’s lead single, “Brand New Day” is supported by the official music video directed by Adams and featuring BAFTA Award-winning actress, Helena Bonham Carter along with musician Theo Hutchcraft from acclaimed synth-pop duo Hurts.

As Canada's best-known ambassador, 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 also been nominated for — and won —several Academy Awards, Golden Globes and Grammy Awards. He has a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and has been inducted into Wembley's Square of Fame.

Tickets for the Budapest gig are available from April 8th via www.livenation.hu. A limited number of Front of Stage tickets are available as well as 3 different seating and the normal standing tickets in Budapest.


More info:
www.bryanadams.com
www.livenation.hu
www.ticketpro.hu

Aréna belépési információk

Frissítve: 2022. március 8. 08:00

A Magyar Kormány 77/2022. (III.4) Korm. rendelete alapján 2022. március 7-től a koronavírusvilágjárvány elleni védelmi intézkedéseinek döntő többsége kivezetésre került, így jelenleg - akár beltéri vagy szabadtéri, zenés-táncos vagy előre megváltott fix ülőhelyre szóló belépőkkel lebonyolított – rendezvények, érvényes belépőjegy birtokában, védettségi igazolvány nélkül látogathatók. Egészségünk megőrzésének védelmében azonban javasoljuk, hogy a rendezvények során továbbra is fokozottan ügyeljenek a higiéniai szabályok követésére. Kérjük, vegye figyelembe, hogy a rendezvényre történő belépési szabályok és korlátozások a rendezvény napjáig változhatnak, ezen aktuális szabályok megismerése minden esetben a rendezvény látogatójának, vagyis Önnek a feladata. A releváns információkról a Rendezvényszervező, a Jegyforgalmazó, illetve a rendezvény helyszínének weboldala igyekszik a lehető legpontosabban és naprakészen tájékoztatni a Jegytulajdonosokat, mindazonáltal az ezen oldalakon feltüntetetett információk esetleges pontatlansága, hiányossága miatt az oldalak üzemeltetői felelősséget nem vállalnak.


Arena entry information

Updated at 08:00AM on 8th of March, 2022


Pursuant to the stipulations of the Hungarian Government Decree 77/2022 (III.4), 7 March 2022 the vast majority of the protection measures against the coronavirus pandemic have been phased out, so currently events – whether indoor or outdoor, with music and dance or with pre-booked fixed-seat tickets - can be visited without a protection certificate, with a valid ticket. However, in order to protect your health, werecommend that you continue to pay close attention to and abide by hygiene rules during events. Please note that the rules and restrictions for entering may change until the day of the event, it is always the responsibility of the event attendee to be aware of the current rules. About the actually effective rules of entering and participating in the Event, the respective websites of the Event Organizer, the Ticket Distributor and the event Venue try to keep the ticket holders informed. The operators of the websites however do not take responsibility for any inaccuracies or deficiencies that may occur on their pages.