Bryan Adams has announced to perform in Bangkok, Thailand, with the So Happy It Hurts Tour. The Ontario-born singer travels to Asia in March and performs in Seoul, Singapore and Bangkok. The Bryan Adams Bangkok Concert will take place after Seoul and Singapore. Enjoy a concert with Bryan Adams at Siam Paragon Hall. 


Bryan Adams, So Happy It Hurts Tour

The So Happy It Hurts Tour will perform on 2 March in Seoul, 13 March in Singapore and 17 March in Bangkok. The venue for Adam’s performance is Royal Paragon Hall in Bangkok. Avoid the massive traffic as the location is easy to access with BTS Skytrain central station Siam. 

Bryan Adams is amazingly popular under the oldies in Bangkok and had some successful tours in the past. Other cities in the upcoming time are Seoul, Sendai, Osaka, Tokyo, Nagoya, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Manila, and Bangkok.

Bryan Adams comes to Bangkok in 2023. Thailand Event Guide

Bryan Adams Bangkok Concert


Fame came throughout the United States. Adams rose to fame after his third album release, “Cuts Like a Knife”, in 1983. With his next album, Reckless, in 1984, international stardom laughed at him. The album was one of the decades best produced leading up to his first Grammy nomination with four million albums sold. “Waking Up the Neighbours in 1991 sold three million copies in the United States alone. The hit single Everything I Do, I do it for you is still played regularly and is becoming the second best-selling single after “We are the World”.


Adams wrote the Golden Globe nomination for Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves. Bryan released 1993, a greatest hits album. So Far So Good included the number 1 hit single “Please Forgive Me”. The same year Sting and Rod Stewart joined him in singing “All for Love” from the movie The Three Musketeers. The single scored number 1 across Europe and North America.



Success continued, and Adams released the single “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman, which became his fourth number 1 hit single and his second Academy Award nomination.

The Most Successful Canadian Singer in History 

Bryan Adams performs live in Bangkok in March 2023. So happy it hurts tour. Thailand Event Guide

Adams was the most successful Canadian singer in history. His 1996 hit “18 Till I die” scored another two Grammy nominations. Then he sang “I Finally Found Someone”, a big hit with Barbra Streisand for her movie The Mirror has Two Faces. The single scored a third Academy Award nomination, but Adams released more, including “MTV Unplugged” (1997), “On a Day Like Today” (1998) and Stallion of the Cimarron, a Dreamworks movie. He won the Golden Globe for Best Song for this. 


Adams never married. Together with his girlfriend, he has two lovely daughters. 


Bryan Adams in Bangkok at Paragon Hall

Bryan Adams performs at the Royal Paragon Hall. Tickets are available on Thai Ticket Major. Royal Paragon Hall is easy to access with the BTS Skytrain and can be found at Siam Paragon, a prestigious shopping centre in Bangkok, Siam, the bustling heart of Bangkok, Thailand.

Siam Paragon Hall