Bryan Adams has played in many different places in our country, but never at MEO Mars Vivas. The Canadian rock concert has just been announced for July 15, 2022 at the Gaiense event.
Bryan Adams is coming north to present his next album, “So Happy It Hurts,” which will be released on March 11 next year. The record is a response to the social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, as the musician attempts to lift people’s spirits and spirits, with more upbeat songs focused on happiness. “So Happy It Hurts” the 15th long-running music studio from Vancouver, where her mother participated.
Before that, the Canadian rocker will perform two concerts in Portugal, at Multiusos de Gondomar, on January 29, and at the Altice Arena, in Lisbon, on the 30th – as already reported.
Having lived in Cascais as a teenager (his father was a diplomat), Brian Adams has played a lot in Portugal since his previous concert at Studio da Luz, in Lisbon, in 1988. The former Alvalade Stadium, Pavelo da Exponor or Coliseo Can Dos Recreos Other venues The Canadian musician played it.
Daily tickets are on sale and cost 40 euros. General tickets for the three days of the festival – 15, 16 and 17 July – cost 80 euros.
July 15, 16 and 17 are the confirmed dates for Gaian 2022. Holders of tickets for the 2020 and 2021 scheduled (and therefore canceled) editions do not need to exchange to access the 2022 edition of Mars Vivas.
Only those who have MEO Mars Vivas 2020 tickets will be able to request a refund at the place of purchase, upon presentation of tickets and proof of purchase. This right of refund is not possible for MEO Mars Vivas 2021 ticket holders.
The poster for the MEO Mars Vivas Festival from 2022 to date is:
“Proud coffee junkie. Gamer. Hardcore introvert. Social media trailblazer.”