Thursday 23 September 2021

More Spaces Added For Bryan Adams October 8 Show in Costa Rica

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Bryan Adams is coming to Costa Rica next month for his one and only date in Costa Rica. And the popularity of the legendary singer in Costa Rica has forced the promoter to add more seats to the October 8 who in the Coca-Cola Amphitheater in Parque Viva.

Move Concerts announced on Thursday the addition of new spaces at the following prices: 503: ¢78,200; 502 and 504: ¢66,700; 501 and 505: ¢51,750. (Plus taxes and surcharges)

The existing spaces are priced: 403: ¢97,750. 402-404: ¢86,250. 401-405: ¢69,000 and Golden Circle: ¢28,750 colones. (Plus taxes and surcharges)

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Tickets can be purchased at in cash or a 12-month payment plan.

The promoter said more spaced were added so that “no one is left without being part of the story”, since this is the first time the Canadian to appear in Costa Rica.

Adams’ Shine A Light world tour will also be in other Latin American countries such as Peru, Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina and Chile.

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