Bryan Adams announces 2021 Scarborough Open Air Theatre Date

Multi-million selling recording artist Bryan Adams is coming to the Yorkshire coast as part of a spectacular open-air tour which heads to Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Thursday July 1.

By Louise Perrin
Monday, 7th December 2020, 12:31 pm
Bryan Adams will come to Scarborough in July 2021
Bryan Adams will come to Scarborough in July 2021

The international superstar, whose hits include Everything I Do, Run to You, Summer of '69 and Please Forgive Me will visit Scarborough as part of a spectacular open-air tour set in the grounds of some of the UK’s most beautiful venues.

This will be the second time the Canadian rocker has taken to the Open Air Theatre stage following his sell-out headline show in 2016.

The tour kicks off in Bristol on Sat June 26 and will finish at Harewood House in Leeds on July 10.

Bryan Adams

A full list of tour dates are as follows:

Sat June 26 - Bristol City Centre

Sun June 27 - Cardiff Castle

Thurs July 1 - Scarborough Open Air Theatre

Fri July 2 - Widnes DCBL Halton Stadium

Sat July 3 - Telford QEII Arena

Mon July 5 - Eden Project Cornwall

Tues July 6 - Powderham Castle Exeter

Thurs July 8 - Canterbury The Spitfire Ground

Fri July 9 - Cornbury Music Festival

Sat July 10 - Leeds Harewood House

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Fri 11 December and are available at,, and

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