Bryan Adam is giving a concert in the Budapest Sports Arena on October 9, ma.hu reports.
The Canadian rockstar returns to Hungary for the fifth time, following his 2012 concert in the Arena and his 2007 performance at the Kapcsolat concert in front of 200,000 people.
The 56-year-old singer-songwriter is touring with his latest studio album, Get Up. The record was released last October, and it was co-written by Adams’ long time songwriting partner Jim Vallance, and produced by Jeff Lynne, leader of the Electric Light Orchestra. The album contains nine news songs, as well as four acoustic recordings.
The music video for the first single Brand New Day was directed by Adams himself. It stars BAFTA-winning actress Helena Bonham Carter and Theo Hutchcraft from Hurts.
The Get Up Tour kicked off on February 11 in the Beacon Theatre in New York City. It continues through North America, the UK and various European cities, arriving in Hungary on October 9.
Bryan Adams is one of the most well known Canadian musicians whose carrier spans 3 and a half decades. He has sold more than 65 million albums and toured all six continents, making him the first Western musician to perform in countries such as Pakistan or Vietnam. He was awarded the Order of Canada, was also inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
His soundtracks have been nominated for Golden Globes and Oscars. He has 15 Grammy nominations and his song (Everything I Do) I Do It For You won the award in 1992.
He is also known for his career in photography; his book of photos entitled Exposed was released in 2012. He has taken photos of the likes of the British Royal Family and Amy Winehouse.