Bryan Adams performs at the Toyota Concert Series On Today at Rockefeller Plaza on May 27, 2005 in New York City.

Bryan Adams and Joan Jett play Amalie Arena in just a couple weeks. If you’re still on the fence and deciding on whether or not to buy tickets, here’s the list of songs Bryan is performing so far on this tour.

There are a handful of seats left starting at about $56, but it looks like they released a bunch of seats side stage that are going for about $75. Be careful though – many are marked “obstructed view.” There are a handful of floor seats together left in Section 6. Otherwise, with the floor it’s all single seats.

Sometimes artists change things up from show to show, but by and large, the songs stay the same. It helps the crew stay ready with lighting and set changes to keep things consistent. The Tampa show at 7:30 on June 21. Here’s the set list so if you don’t want the spoilers, stop right here!

  • Kick Ass

    You’re going to hear a lot of Bryan’s ’80s classics throughout the night but he’ll kick off the show with a song from his newest album “So Happy It Hurts.” It’s the album the whole tour is named after. This one was released back in 2021.

  • Can't Stop This Thing We Started

    This one’s one of those often forgotten songs even though it hit #2 in the early 90s.  It got him 2 Grammy nominations too. The song was the 2009 British Columbia Liberal Party campaign’s theme song.

  • Somebody

    For fans of Bryan’s monster ’80s hits, here’s your first chance to rock out. This song actually had 2 music videos.  This one was shot in Toronto.

  • Please Forgive Me

    Time to slow things down with this 1993 ballad.  That dog that’s in the music video? It wasn’t Bryan’s.  It belonged to the studio owner where Bryan recorded the song. Bryan and the band loved the pup.

  • Shine A Light

    Here comes another one that might not be familiar to you.  It’s from Bryan’s 2019 album.   Ed Sheeran co-wrote this one.

  • Heaven

    One of Bryan’s signature songs, this one is said to have been influenced by Journey’s hit “Faithfully.”  Bryan was Journey’s opening act at the time in 1983.

  • It's Only Love

    This one features one of my favorite guitar riff openings ever.  It’ll be a super emotional moment with the recent passing of Tina Turner.

  • You Belong To Love

    You’ll hear a Jeff Lynne influence in this one from 2015.

  • I've Been Looking For You

    Another one of Bryan’s more recent releases from “So Happy It Hurts.”

  • The Only Thing That Looks Good on Me Is You

    Back to the 90s for this one.  It hit #1 in Bryan’s home country of Canada but didn’t do as well here in the U.S.  After having so many hits with slow love songs, Bryan returned to his rock sound with this one.

  • Here I Am

    This one was written for the movie Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron. It was a successful hit for Bryan in the Czech Republic and Portugal but U.S. fans might not remember this one. We’ll see.

  • When You're Gone

    This one from the late 90s features Melanie C from The Spice Girls!

  • (Everything I Do) I Do It For You

    The song that was everywhere in the summer of 1991.  It was featured in the movie “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.”

  • Back To You

    This one appeared on the MTV Unplugged album Bryan did back in the late 90s.

  • 18 Til I Die

    The title track to Bryan’s 7th studio album. This is another one that did really well in Canada and Europe, but was only moderately successful here in the U.S.

  • Summer of '69

    Are you as surprised as I am this one isn’t finishing the night?  To this day, the meaning of the lyrics is in dispute.  Bryan says it’s about the, uh, position.  Collaborator Jim Vallance disputes that.

  • Cuts Like A Knife

    The music video was one of the most popular ones during the early days of MTV in 1983.  It was filmed in an empty swimming pool in Hollywood.

  • So Happy It Hurts

    Some more new stuff from Bryan.  Bryan described this album as “returning to life” after COVID 19.

  • Run To You

    The music video for this one was nominated for FIVE MTV Video Music Awards: Best Direction, Best Special Effects, Best Art Direction, Best Editing, and Best Cinematography. But it won none of them!

  • Straight From The Heart

    The night will end on a softer note with two of Bryan’s famous ballads.  This one was really the song that put Bryan on the map in the U.S.

  • All For Love

    Don’t know if Sting and Rod Stewart will be around to help Bryan finish the night, but this one will have the crowd singing along for sure.

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