Bryan Adams in Bratislava

SINGER Bryan Adams will rock the Incheba Hall in Bratislava on April 19 as part of a tour of Europe.

Adams will perform a selection of new and old hits, and the price of the tickets, which will be on sale at the end of February, will be around Sk1,500 (35 euro). He will then continue on to Graz, Ljubljana, and Budapest, playing the final concert of the tour in Austria's Linz.

The Canadian singer has sold up to 60 million records and his latest one, Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron, comes from the soundtrack to the animated film of the same name.

"The popularity of this musician is still rising and we are glad that we can welcome him to Slovakia for the first time," said Valéria Mudríková from the Vivien Agency, which is putting on the concert.

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