Canadian singer Bryan Adams gave one-of-a-kind and memorable concert at Lima-based Jockey Club on Wednesday night.
The renowned artist arrived in Peru on Tuesday within the framework of his "Get Up" tour, which kicked off in Chile. It also comprises stops in South American countries: Argentina and Brazil.
At the event, Peruvian fans could not stop singing the artist's songs at the top of their lungs.
Followers listened to hits such as: "Run to you," "Heaven," "Please Forgive Me," "Summer of 69" and "Cuts Like a Knife," among others.
Adams has been traveling around the world for almost four decades.
The singer was on tour playing 2015's "Get Up" album tunes. Said creation reached Top 10 positions in nine countries.
Likewise, his songs have achieved #1 status in more than 40 countries.
Besides performing over 100 concerts a year, he currently writes songs for the upcoming musical "Pretty Woman."
It must be noted Bryan Adams already gave a concert at Lima's Monumental Stadium back in 2008.