Despite the gusty weather Bryan Adams blew the crowd away at Montrose last night.
The Canadian rocker played to an audience of more than 11,500 people on the East Links as part of his Get Up Tour.
Adams played a two-hour long set of old and new songs.
The blustery weather didn’t whisk away the crowd’s voice as fans sang along to Adams greatest hits, including Heaven, Summer of 69 and (Everything I Do) I Do It for You, which can be seen in our video.
The show was organised in partnership between concert promoter LCC Live and the Montrose Music Festival.
There were fears ahead of the show yesterday that it would be called off due to the high winds.
Les Kidger, director of LCC Live, said: “It was never not going to go ahead.
“The gods were on our side and we didn’t get the big rain showers.
“At the end of the day, we promised we were going to bring Bryan Adams to Montrose and we did.
“When the crowd were singing along it put a smile of my face.”
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