Canada Day may have ended a few days ago, but that doesn't mean us Canadians are done celebrating. When summertime hits, it's the perfect opportunity to get outside, explore the city, and of course, head to any concerts you get the chance to attend. Bryan Adams' Toronto concert had fans looking for parking for over an hour.
It's crazy to think that 25 years ago, Adams was the first person to headline Toronto's Budweiser Stage. Yesterday, July 4th, the Canadian icon hit the stage again to perform some of his greatest hits for an adoring crowd.
The concert itself went incredibly well, although fans did run into some issues while on the hunt for parking:
This is the most poorly run parking lot we’ve ever experienced. Shame on you @ontarioplace for ruining what was sup… https://t.co/EsZrjm21K9— Kat (@Kat)1562286952.0
After 90 mins in car (an hr of which was spent trying to park) I made it to @bryanadams #bryanadams … https://t.co/WV7cdjUhr8— Jane Stevenson (@Jane Stevenson)1562287081.0
Anyone who's been to Toronto can tell you firsthand just how crazy it can be in traffic there, but having to spend an hour looking for parking is definitely borderline ridiculous.
Despite the minor setback, fans still had a great time watching Adams perform. It's widely known that he has one of the best live voices ever, which is why people are always so eager to see him when he stops in his home country.
Absolutely amazing night in Toronto with the legendary @bryanadams, one of the best live performers in rock and rol… https://t.co/HnnWQ3ff3i— 𝐌𝐲𝐑𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐀𝐧𝐝𝐑𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐯𝐞𝐧 (@𝐌𝐲𝐑𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐀𝐧𝐝𝐑𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐯𝐞𝐧)1562331643.0
What an awesome evening with @bryanadams Thanks for your love! You can #rock you can #romance and you did it… https://t.co/4IWFi9LKrZ— Ana Spano 🇨🇦 is seriously editing✍️🤓 (@Ana Spano 🇨🇦 is seriously editing✍️🤓)1562329491.0
Adams' set lasted for two and a half hours, and he performed almost 30 songs including some old favourites, and of course, new songs from his latest album, Shine Like A Light.
Just the other night, Adams performed at Montreal's Bell Centre to a sold-out crowd for the Montreal Jazz Festival. The singer stole the heart of Canadians all over again when he took requests and played plenty of fan favourites.
He still has a few Canadian dates left on his Shine Like A Light tour, including Winnipeg on the 8th, Saskatoon on the 10th, and Fort McMurray on the 13th. Tickets for all his upcoming shows are available at this link.