Bryan Adams set to rock sold out Sandown Park concert tonight

Multi-platinum recording artist Bryan Adams will be rocking Sandown Park in style with his greatest hits and new tracks from his latest album this evening.

Over his 35-year career, Bryan Adams has sold over 65 million records worldwide, with hits including Summer of 69, Heaven and Run To You making him a household name.

Undoubtedly his most successful release in the UK was 1991‘s Everything I Do (I Do It For You), which spent 16 consecutive weeks at number one, making the track the longest unbroken UK number one in chart history although recently contested by Drake’s One Dance featuring WizKid and Kyla.

Making his first appearance at Sandown Park, Adams said: “It’s going to be a special show, performing outdoors at Sandown Park and I hope my fans can join me.”

Most recently, Adams released his thirteenth studio album, Get Up, which went straight into the UK charts at number two.

Adams said: “I’m delighted to be back on the road this year.

“It will give me an opportunity to perform tracks from my latest album Get Up as well as some of my earlier classics.”

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Bryan Adams: “I’m delighted to be back on the road this year.”

The open-air concert forms part of An Evening At The Races which has seen a number of artists take to the stage this summer including Jess Glynne, Mark Ronson and The Corrs.

Phil White, General Manager of Sandown Park Racecourse, said: “We are delighted to announce that racegoers will be able to enjoy a perfect summer’s night out including evening racing followed by live music from international rock star Bryan Adams on August 4th.”

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