Due to ongoing international health restrictions, Sting My Songs’ tour dates of 7th to 21st March will be postponed until Autumn 2022. This postponement also affects the Debrecen show, so the concert originally scheduled for 17th March will take place on 29th September at the Főnix Arena. Tickets purchased are automatically valid for the new date.
The organisers would like to remind those who have already purchased their tickets, that if the new date does not suit them to contact email@example.com by midnight on 18th March, after which they will be contacted to make a refund.
The Sting My Songs concert is a dynamic show featuring the most popular songs written by the seventeen-time Grammy Award-winning artist throughout his career, whether they be Police or solo hits. Described as a “masterful production” from start to finish, the concert will take fans on “a musical journey through time” with songs such as Fields of Gold, Shape Of My Heart, Roxanne, and Demolition Man in “unforgettable performances.”
Fans can also hear Englishman In New York, Every Breath You Take, and Message In A Bottle, among many others.
Sting’s latest album, The Bridge, will be released on 19th November, showcasing his prolific and diverse songwriting talents. Written and recorded in the year of the pandemic, this new material was born out of reflection on personal loss, isolation, confusion, confinement, and extreme social and political upheaval.
The diverse album, which reflects the different phases and styles of his unparalleled career, draws inspiration from genres such as rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, classical music, and folk, while also incorporating Sting’s essential sound, for example with songs like the opener Rushing Water or the new indie to pop sound of If It’s Love.
The singer will be accompanied on tour by an incredible line to up including guitarist Dominic Miller, drummer Josh Freese, guitarist Rufus Miller, keyboardist Kevon Webster, accordionist Shane Sager, and vocalists Melissa Musique and Gene Noble, with a performance by Joe Sumner to open the show.