By Natalie Paterson
Photos by Andrew Hartl


The Molson Canadian Amphitheatre was unsurprisingly packed for an iconic Canadian artist on Tuesday night.  It’s hard to believe one man can keep an audience on their feet and singing for nearly 3 hours, but Bryan Adams manages to do this consistently, and tonight was no exception. He was the first musical act to perform at the Amphitheatre on May 18, 1995, and just over 21 years later he’s back.  Seeing him so comfortable on that stage adds another layer of awesomeness to his entire performance.


Promoting his 13th album, Get Up, the show featured tracks from his new album including “Do What Ya Gotta Do” and “Go Down Rockin'”. But it wouldn’t be a Bryan Adams concert without the classics, including “Run to You”, “Heaven”, and the ever appropriate “Summer of ’69”.


This isn’t the first time I’ve seen him in concert, so I knew what to expect. But seeing the range of fans that come out to his shows, young and old, for me always cements what a wonderful performer he is. Bryan Adams is a truly iconic Canadian artist, and just going to one of his shows is explanation enough for his popularity.


The Get Up Tour continues on July 27th in Quebec City at the Videotron Centre and continues across North America, Europe, and the UK through 2017.

Bryan Adams Setlist


Do What Ya Gotta Do

Can’t Stop This Thing We Started

Don’t Even Try

Run to You

Go Down Rockin’


Kids Wanna Rock

It’s Only Love

This Time

You Belong to Me

Summer of ’69

When You’re Gone

(Everything I Do) I Do It for You

On a Day Like Today

If Ya Wanna Be Bad Ya Gotta Be Good

Back to You

We Did It All

I’ll Always Be Right There

Please Forgive Me

Cuts Like a Knife

18 til I Die

The Only Thing that Looks Good on Me Is You



Brand New Day

C’mon Everybody (Eddie Cochrane cover)

All Shook Up (Elvis Presley cover)

She Knows Me

Straight From The Heart

All For Love (Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting cover)