Bryan Adams demands 100 white towels for India tour
Mumbai: Popular International singer Bryan Adams, who is set to rock India Feb 12-16, has made a slew of demands ranging from 100 white towels and hospitality parties to forklifts before he arrives in the country.
The tour flags off in Pune, then moves to Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi and lastly Hyderabad.
Bryan has asked for forklifts for the event, 100 white towels for the crew, a hospitality party after each concert, and barricades for the standing audience not farther than 1.2 m from the stage since the band likes to interact with the audience as much as they can.
As far as the rooms are concerned, the 51-year-old has requested for windows in his room which open to the outside as he does not like rooms without windows. Also he doesn`t like flourescent lights in his rooms. Hence, he has requested for adjustable incandescent lighting.
The singer of hits like "Everything I Do", "Please Forgive Me", "18 Till I Die" and "All For Love", among others, will be travelling with a crew of 16 people. He, being a strict vegetarian, will have his personal chef travelling along with him.
The Indian edition of Bryan Adams Live Full Band Show World Tour is being brought to the country by Netsurf Entertainment (a division of Netsurf Communications [P] Ltd.), headed by Sujit Jain.
Netsurf Entertainment has tied-up with Mana and Sunil Shetty`s ‘Save the Children India` NGO, to donate a percentage of Corporate/VVIP ticket sales at all venues to the NGO which works for the welfare of underprivileged children.