If you are in Nepal and you didn't know Bryan Adams was here last week then you must be living under a rock. The hype surrounding his tour at Dashrath Stadium in Kathmandu has been huge. Luckily, those who could afford the tickets, said he was worth every rupee.
Many people filled the Tribhuvan International Airport car park, waiting hours for the star to arrive.
The Canadian star opened his concert with a Bob Seger song "Ka-Ka-ka-Kathmandu". He also played many of his greatest hits, such as "Summer of 69", Have you ever loved a woman?", "18 till I Die" . The highlight of the show was when a volunteer, a Nepali girl from Baneshwor, was pulled up onto the stage to sing with Adams.
Bryan Adams is on his world tour. He will also visit India and Africa. For exact locations check his tour websites here.