Bryan Adams Live Concert in Dubai City is sold out
Musical icon performs at Coca-Cola Arena on November 4, 2023
The Bryan Adams Live Concert at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai City on November 14, 2023, has been completely sold out.
Tickets to see the musical legend live on Bryan Adams – the acclaimed artist known for his record-breaking sales – were priced from AED200 ($54.18) at the fully air-conditioned, 17,000-capacity arena.
The upcoming highly anticipated tour celebrates Bryan Adams’ 15th studio album, So Happy It Hurts, released on March 11, 2022, through the BMG label. The album received a coveted nomination for Best Rock Performance at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
The Bryan Adams Live Concert in Dubai City is presented by All Things Live Middle East and with the support of the Dubai Calendar.
2 months in advance
Making an announcement on September 7, 2023, All Things Live Middle East stated that the “overwhelming interest from the Dubai audience has seen this show sell out in record time, almost two months before the show date.
“Lucky fans with tickets will now be looking forward to classic Bryan Adams hits like Summer of ’69, I Do It For You, Straight From The Heart, and songs from the new album So Happy It Hurts,” said the concert organiser.
Thomas Ovesen, CEO of All Things Live Middle East, added: “Thanks to a great artist and his amazing music catalogue, the regional fans have picked up every single ticket for this arena show, and we can’t wait for another packed to the rafters concert when Bryan brings his So Happy It Hurts Tour to the UAE.”
All Things Live was established in December 2018 following Waterland Private Equity’s acquisition of leading Nordic live entertainment companies in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
The partnership has since expanded into Finland, Belgium, Italy, and the Netherlands.
All Things Live Middle East now operates in the Middle East region as of May 2023 as a partnership that resulted from prior collaborations between All Things Live and Thomas Ovesen and a desire to fast-track long-term plans, increase synergies, and seize opportunities across the Middle East region.
Featured image: Bryan Adams