Bryan Adams to play Prince Edward Island April 29

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Bryan Adams

SUMMERSIDE – Celebrated Canadian rocker Bryan Adams is returning to Summerside.

The Prince Edward Island stop on April 29 continues his Bare Bones acoustic concert tour in Atlantic Canada.

Adams’ live concerts have seen him performing more than 120 concerts a year. His latest release Bare Bones is a collection of live recordings culled from the acoustic tour.

Tickets for the Summerside show go on sale this Friday, March 14 at 11 a.m.

Tickets are $60.09 - $95.59 (including tax and applicable surcharge) and will be available at the Credit Union Place box office, by calling 1-855-985-5000 and online at cupevents.ca and evenko.ca 

Organizations: Credit Union Place

Geographic location: SUMMERSIDE, Prince Edward Island, Atlantic Canada

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  • Holee Molee
    March 15, 2014 - 08:42

    On PEI we are only allowed to bring fiddlers and classic rock. If we were to dare to be any more progressive the local communities would be up in arms telling us they would be burnt to the ground. Look at Charlottetown. In the past they cried at every concert that the downtown enjoyment was being ruined. Some even fluffed a few stories of suffering. Look at Cavendish. A big beautiful concert area and they use it for one show. What a waste. Trouble is the town is run by old codgers who are fine with cashing the checks for the money it makes their businesses but don't want to deal with anything negative. So alas PEI stays as it is, 25 years behind everywhere else.

  • Aaj
    March 13, 2014 - 15:50

    The desired demographic for concert promoters in PEI is clear - middle aged concert goers who don't bat an eye at paying an inflated ticket price to see classic rock relics. They are missing out on the young, upcoming acts and the young demographic who would go see them, but can't afford to just toss away $75. I won't deny that the concerts turn a profit and the audience enjoys them, but are Bryan Adams and Shania Twain really the most interesting acts we can bring here? I would argue that you could even charge less for the younger acts, as people are turning away from the old model of booking and tour agents, hangers on just taking a piece of the artists' revenue.

    • jackie
      March 27, 2014 - 16:23

      open a venue in PEI for new talent. Its expensive and risky but please fill yer boots.

  • Wonder why
    March 10, 2014 - 11:20

    Adams is a much bigger name/draw than Shania yet his tickets are a lot lot less $.

    • Stan Hope
      March 10, 2014 - 19:02

      Twain is bringing her full touring band , Adams is performing solo ... big difference in overhead for Shania.We the consumer pay the difference.