Canadian singer Bryan Adams will visit Mexico on October 18 as part of his "The Get Up Tour" and will offer a concert at the Palacio de Los Deportes, located in Mexico City, in order to present his latest production.
Bryan Adams released "Get Up," his thirteenth studio album in 2015, which became a hit that has kept him on tour for the past two years.
According to a statement, the album was produced by acclaimed ELO leader Jeff Lynne and co-written by his lead collaborator Jim Vallance.
As Canada's best-known musical ambassador, Adams has spent the past three decades making history in the music industry. He has sold over 65 million records and has achieved first place status in more than 40 countries.
Among his achievements, he has been recognized with the Order of Canada, included in the Hall of Fame of that country, and has his own star on the Walk of Fame in both his homeland and the United States.
Adams has been nominated 3 times for the Academy Awards, 5 times for Golden Globe Awards and has won a Grammy Award for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television.
He came for the first time to Mexico in 2008 and then returned in 2012.