Bryan Adams Tickets go on Sale

Bryan Adams’ concert tickets will be available from 20th Jan at all McDonald outlets located throughout Karachi.

The cost will Rs. 3,500 and there won’t be any categories, just a single one. It will be a standing only event as the organisers are expecting some 15K to 20K people. For further information pls drop me an email –

Arsalaan Haleem
Volunteer for Zindagi Trust.

19 Comments so far

  1. fullstop (unregistered) on January 17th, 2006 @ 2:51 am

    Rs. 3,500 to stand! You guys must be really desperate.

  2. Khurram (unregistered) on January 17th, 2006 @ 9:51 am

    ‘desperate’ for entertainment?… well ‘yes’

  3. farhan (unregistered) on January 17th, 2006 @ 3:45 pm

    For a lot of people going to this concert is a matter of course, even if it isnt they will try and make it look so. They dont quite care how much it costs or even if they will have to stand for four or so hours.

    It is all about “i was there at bryan adams concert ‘too'”

  4. Danish Ahmed (unregistered) on January 17th, 2006 @ 9:15 pm

    I think there are more fruit full option to spend 3500 Rs. May be give it directly to some poor ppl, rather than doing good thing through wrong path…


  5. rasel (unregistered) on January 18th, 2006 @ 1:39 pm

    well tha price of da ticket is sooooo high.. man..
    i m from BAngladesh n now in KARACHI… ithought its an nice opportunity c ma favourite singer but……

  6. salman (unregistered) on January 18th, 2006 @ 2:18 pm

    any free passes available??….:D:D

  7. MRK (unregistered) on January 18th, 2006 @ 3:57 pm

    Entertainment for the rich only!

    i also wanted to go but the price is way too unaffordable.. also for girls, standing only concert is quite risky/unsafe even if u go with male family members/friends..

    anyone with free tickets to offer? :).. i need 3

  8. altaf (unregistered) on January 18th, 2006 @ 5:06 pm

    In reply to some earlier comments, – why complain or mock at the fact that Bryan Adams is coming to Karachi? – If the city is to prove that it is a worthwhile venue for international performers then it has to start somewhere – and Bryan Adams IS an international star. The fact that he WAS bigger than he is now is just a fact of life.

  9. KASHIF SAEED (unregistered) on January 18th, 2006 @ 8:52 pm

    nice concert but yes its ture it is for rich people and in other hand its bryan adams in karachi…well in my point of view if u are a music lover and u like bryan adams then Rs/3500 is not enouhg….. :-)

  10. Haris (unregistered) on January 20th, 2006 @ 8:51 pm

    Remember you are supporting earthquake victims through the Zindagi Trust – not Bryan Adams. So Rs 3,500/- is worth the while. If 15,000 people make it, we can raise more than Rs 5 crore. Imagine what that can do for these victims. Are you now willing to stand for Rs 3,500/-??!!!

  11. Noman (unregistered) on January 22nd, 2006 @ 12:25 pm

    yeap the price is too high , 3500 ,its a huge amount not everyone can afford it.But this is also a fact that Bryan is a legend in his field and Stars like Bryan don’t come to khi very often. and for me it’s a dream come true . though the price is high but i am very desperate to be a part of this concert .

  12. moiz allawala (unregistered) on January 22nd, 2006 @ 8:32 pm

    anyone with free tickets????…i want 2.
    please reply asap

  13. Hassan Shah (unregistered) on January 25th, 2006 @ 8:07 pm

    Hey ! I already bought the Ticket… and yes it s very Expensive. Lets Hope all goes well, no trouble. We Pakistani are already Notorious…Let us work together to make this Concert a model for other Westren Singers to come and perform…. CIAO

  14. Sara (unregistered) on January 27th, 2006 @ 11:36 pm

    from where i can get tickets of bryan adam concert this time? or if anyone have then give me 2. as i don’t wanna miss this concert. plz help me .. reply me urgently.

  15. Asim Khan (unregistered) on January 28th, 2006 @ 7:47 am

    agreed the price tag is high
    1. its for a good cause
    2. all the people who are against this and think its the ‘wrong’ way should go get a life coz seriously we need more stuff like this in karachi and pakistan for that matter
    3. hopefully the price tag will keep the cheapsters out of there

    and most live concerts ARE standing only for gods sakes !

  16. Noman (unregistered) on January 28th, 2006 @ 10:19 am

    3500 is way too much but if you care for some particular artist, it would not matter I guess if you could afford. I am willing to pay easily 100-150 $ for Noor Jehan or Aziz Mian Live Performance but Alas. Just because I could feel life time that I was there(inner soul happiness). But I guess so many people would go only because it would be a status symbol in Karachi by this time.Any how who cares. Yours money, spend the way you like.

  17. TIPSY IN CHICAGO (unregistered) on January 29th, 2006 @ 3:35 am

    BAz concert in Karachi……dang it! I have lived all my life in chicago….but i have never been to one. I hope things go well on the concert day and days before that.
    I happened to attend a Junoon Concert couple of yrs back in karachi…..IT WAS HORRIBLE! not that i had great expectations or nething..nor i was comparing it with ones oustide of Pakistan….but simply the mentality of crowd was SICK to their bones!
    Its good to know that tix prices r kinda high….atleast they well help maintain some standard of crowd.
    Does this mean…its a concert for the rich? yeah it is…its for rich to shed some ching ching for a good reason!

  18. hassan (unregistered) on January 29th, 2006 @ 7:31 am

    Come on guys. Whats the fuss of a mere 3500rs… i mean its Bryan Adams…plus its for a good cause…lets show the world that khi n Pakistan is a safe place for such events….and dont forget the prices Stereo Nation charged when they came to lhr…so this is the best thing that has happened to khi in recent times, with respect to good international exposure….support it!!!

  19. Ayaz Syed (unregistered) on January 30th, 2006 @ 2:39 am

    Im in United Kingdom n hes in Karachi :-(

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