Gallery: Bryan Adams Romances Central New York on Valentine’s Night

Negative temperatures in Central New York couldn’t keep Bryan Adams from heating up the Event Center at Turning Stone on Valentine’s night.  A nearly sold-out crowd in the town of Verona, NY warmed up quickly as the band took stage shortly after 8pm and the Get Up! tour got underway.  Thrusting into a lofty single set, the band consistently churned up the big hits from the past three decades like “Run To You,” “Summer of ’69,” “Somebody,” and made sure the audience was dancing and singing along to “Cuts Like A Knife.”  The first encore of the evening was a three-song mix of new tracks “Brand New Day” and “That’s Rock and Roll,” sprinkled with a cover, titled “C’mon Everybody” by Eddie Cochran.  The second and last encore was a romantic send-off, featuring 2 solo-acoustic love ballads by Adams and a full band power end with “All For Love.”

Set: Do What Ya Gotta Do, Can’t Stop This Thing We Started, She’s Only Happy When She’s Dancin’, Run To You, Go Down Rockin’, Heaven, Kids Wanna Rock, It’s Only Love, This Time, You Belong To Me, Summer Of ’69, When You’re Gone (Acoustic), (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, If Ya Wanna Be Bad Ya Gotta Be Good, Here I Am, Somebody, I’ll Always Be Right There, Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?, Cuts Like A Knife, 18 Til I Die, The Only Thing That Looks Good On Me Is You

Encore: Brand New Day, That’s Rock and Roll, C’mon Everybody (Eddie Cochran cover)

Encore 2: She Knows Me (Solo Acoustic), Straight From The Heart (Solo Acoustic), All For Love (Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart & Sting cover)

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