The concert of Bryan Adams scheduled to be conducted on Feb 15 was canceled at the last moment. According to the ticketing site kyazoonga.com, they have received instructions from the organizers stating that the Bryan Adams concert in Delhi has been postponed.
Details of the new venue, date & time will be available later this evening.
The site has requested the customers have booked tickets online and through retail outlets, not to go the the NSIC venue to pick up the tickets.
The site promises to refund the ticket price if they don’t want to attend the rescheduled concert.
p>Bryan Adams is scheduled to perform in the Indian city Hyderabad on Wednesday. He will perform in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Thursday and Friday and will be performing in Kathmandu on Saturday.
Adams has already performed in Indian cities Mumbai (Feb 12) and Bangalore (Feb 13). In the concerts Bryan was accompanied by his band comprising lead guitarist Keith Scott, and Michael Curry on the drums. The songs he performed were the hits of the 1980s.
Canadian singer Bryan Adams is going to perfrom for about two hours in Dashrath Stadium, Kathmandu on February 19, 2011.
Three Nepali bands to perform before Bryan Adams
Three Nepali bands will also perform at that time before Bryan arrives
. The event starts at 3:00 PM with DJ session. At 5:00 PM Nepali national anthem will be sung. The Nepali bands 1974 AD, Namaste and Mongolian Heart will perform, for about half an hours each, untill 6:45 PM. At 7:00 PM Bryan Adams will start his live performance. The event will be wrapped up at 9:00 PM.
Raju Lama of Mangolian Hearts is coming travelling back from US just to perform in the event. The band will perform three songs. Ishwor Gurung of Namaste band will perform with a Japanese artist in the event. 1974 AD is going to perform four songs including "Yo man ta mero Nepali ho..".
Security briefing at the stadium in preparation of the concert (photo source – Facebook).
Next month, a Canadian rock star, Bryan Adams, is having his concert in Kathmandu. The concert is mainly targeted to promote the Nepal Tourism Year, 2011. Everyone, especially the youth, is waiting for February 19, the concert day. On that day, Bryan Adams will perform for two hours at Dasrath Stadium in Kathmandu. Adams is known for his husky, soulful voice and is popular for hits like ‘Everything I do; I do it for you’, ’18 till I Die’, and ‘Have Your Ever Really Loved a Woman’ among others.
The Bryan Adams concert is being organized by JPR Events and is supported by ODC Network. The organizers have told that Adams’ agent Roi Lamb was here to evaluate the venue for the event, the hotel where the singer will stay, and the security situation.
The Canadian singer, Bryan Adams, has confirmed the date and timing of the concert to be held in the Dashrath Stadium, Kathmandu. The organizers have finalized the ticket rate ranging from Rs. 2,000 to a maximum of Rs. 6,000.
In a press meet organized last week in Soltaee Hotel, the organizers of the concert told, more than 15,000 police and private security guards will be present for the security of the concert to be held on Saturday, Falgun 7 (February 19, 2011). The day is also the celebrated as the Democracy Day in Nepal.
Bryan Adams will arrive in Kathmandu on February 18 and will stay for two days. He will return on the next day.
The total capacity of the Stadium in Kathmandu is only 18,000. So, the organizers will only sell 15,000 tickets. The tickets are being sold through Manakamana Bikash Bank.
For the concert the stage design and sound system will be done by Total Production from India. Four huge screens will also be erected in the stadium during the concert.
On Feb. 19, the stadium will open at 2PM. At 6PM Nepali bands will perform for an hour. Bryan Adams will start his performance at 7PM and will finish at 9PM.
In his 32 years-long singing career, Bryan has won a number of awards including Grammy Awards, American Music Award, and Canadian Grammy Awards. Apart from music, he is popular for his photography skill. His photographs are published in magazines like vogue, Esquire, Zoo Magazine, among others.