Find Sting tickets today! The former lead singer of The Police is heading out on tour in 2016 with Peter Gabriel for the "Rock Paper Scissors" tour! Hitting 19 cities across the United States and Canada, Sting will put on performances in some of America’s largest arenas this summer. Buy your Sting tickets now on TicketNetwork.com!
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Sep 24, 2016
|iHeartRadio Music Festival: Sting, Usher & Britney Spears||Las Vegas, NV|
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Nov 04, 2016
Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Arena
|Current Tour:||" Rock Paper Scissors"|
|Discography:||The Dream of the Blue Turtles (1985)
…Nothing Like the Sun (1987)
The Soul Cages (1991)
Ten Summoner’s Tales (1993)
Mercury Falling (1996)
Brand New Day (1999)
Sacred Love (2003)
Songs from the Labyrinth (2006)
If on a Winter’s Night… (2009)
The Last Ship (2013)
In summer 2016, Sting is joining forces with Peter Gabriel for the “Rock Paper Scissors” tour, which will stop in cities across North America. The first stop on the trek is scheduled to take place at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH on June 21. Shows will then take place at venues such as Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, United Center in Chicago, and Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. The final show of the 19-date circuit will take place at Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB on July 24. You can purchase your Sting tickets today on TicketNetwork.com
When asked about why he was teaming up with Peter Gabriel for a tour, Sting stated, “We traded songs, we traded musicians, we sang together. And the take home that people got from that was they loved it when we did things together.”
Gordon Sumner, known to most as Sting was born on October 2, 1951 in North Tyneside, England. As a young child, Sting become “obsessed” with an old Spanish guitar left behind by a friend of his father who moved out of the country. Upon graduation from college, Sting became a teacher at St Paul’s First School in Cramlington. After class, Sting would perform jazz in the evening, playing with locally known groups such as Newcastle Big Band and Last Exit.
In 1977, Sting moved to London, where he, along with Stewart Copeland and Henry Padovani formed The Police. By 1983, The Police had released five UK chart-topping albums and had taken home six Grammy Awards. Following the release of Synchronicity in 1983, which featured the hit classic “Every Breath You Take,” The Police decided they would focus on solo projects moving forward.
In 1985, Sting released his first solo album, The Dream of the Blue Turtles, which featured the hit singles “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free” and “Fortress Around Your Heart.” Less than a year after its release, the album reached triple platinum status. Over the next three decades, Sting has gone on to release a total of 11 solo albums, which feature hits such as “We’ll Be Together,” “All This Time,” and “Desert Rose.” Sting’s most recent album, The Last Ship was released in 2013 and to this day, Sting tickets are highly sought after.
Grammy Award for Best Rock Song for “The Soul Cages” - 1992
Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album for Brand New Day - 2000