Canadian rocker Bryan Adams will return to the Royal Albert Hall this month with Bare Bones, an exclusive one-night-only acoustic performance.

The show on Monday 29 October will be the first singer-songwriter’s first ever solo show at the Hall, with the intimacy of the Bare Bones acoustic show being suited perfectly to .

Adams is known for his string of hits including Summer of ’69(Everything I Do) I Do It for You and Heaven, and the critically acclaimed Bare Bones show offers a new spin on these classics.


Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Wednesday 10 October and will be available from

Bryan Adams at the Royal Albert Hall

The singer-songwriter has performed at the Hall on a few occasions, but never before has he headlined his own solo show.

Perhaps his most memorable appearance here so far was on 27 November 2000 when he performed with The Who at the first ever Teenage Cancer Trust concert at the Hall. Learn more about that concert by clicking on Teenage Cancer Trust 2000.

See Bryan Adams and The Who perform ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ at the Royal Albert Hall:

Adams also performed sets on 16 January 2001 for the second World Sports Awards, on 15 October 2003 as part of the Fashion Rocks gala and an acoustic set at the Peace One Day concert on 21 September 2008.

His most recent appearance at the Hall was on 14 November 2009 at Born Free Wild and Live, commemorating the Born Free Foundation’s 25th Anniversary.

Performing ‘We’re Gonna Win’ at the World Sports Awards with sporting stars John McEnroe, Eddie Jordan & Damon Hill: