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Peru: Bryan Adams gets ready for Lima concert


Guitarra de colección de Bryan Adams es dañada por aduana egipcia. Foto: AFP

17:59 | Lima, Apr. 19.

Canadian singer Bryan Adams on Wednesday visited Lima-based Jockey Club facilities where he will give a concert tonight.

The renowned artist arrived in Peru on Tuesday within the framework of his "Get Up" tour that kicked off in Chile. It also comprises stops in South American countries: Argentina and Brazil. 

Via Facebook, the artist shared a video showing the latest details surrounding his event. "Taking down the stage to send to Lima, see you tonight Peru," the post read.

Adams has been traveling around the world for almost four decades.

Among his best-selling singles, "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You," "Heaven," "All for Love" and "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?" stand out.

Besides performing over 100 concerts a year, he is currently working on the upcoming musical "Pretty Woman."

Tickets for the event range between S/110 (about US$33.81) and S/500 (about US$153.70).


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Published: 4/19/2017