Bryan Adams is planning a 30th anniversary ‘Reckless’ concert tour

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Canadian recording artist Bryan Adams is planning a U.S. concert tour to mark the 30th anniversary of Reckless.

The iconic rock album includes the hits “Heaven,” “Run to You,” “Kids Wanna Rock,” “Somebody,” “Summer of ’69,” “One Night Love Affair” and “It’s Only Love,” a duet with Tina Turner.

Promoted by Live Nation, the tour will kick off April 11 in Houston, Texas. The show will also stop in New York City, Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Cleveland, Boston, Atlanta, Albuquerque and more than a dozen other cities. Tickets go on sale starting Feb. 28 at


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