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Sting Returns to South East Asia for 57th & 9th Tour

1 January 2017
Start: 28 May 2017
End: 28 May 2017

Location: Singapore Indoor Stadium
Address: 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691

By Natalie White

Sting makes his long-awaited return to South-East Asia for a concert in Singapore.

To be held at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 28 May, the show is part of the his current 57th & 9th Tour to promote his latest album of the same name.

He commences his North American and Europe tour in February next year, before playing in Buenos Aires on 4 May. 

The singer, whose real name is Gordon Sumner, will be joined by a three-piece band, including his longtime guitarist, Dominic Miller, plus Josh Freese (drums), Rufus Miller (guitar), and a special guest in Singapore, singer/songwriter Joe Sumner.

Sting formed The Police with Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers in 1977, releasing five studio albums, and winning six Grammy Awards and two Brits.

He embarked on an equally successful solo career in 1984, which garnered him 10 Grammys, two Brit Awards, a Golden Globe, an Emmy, three Oscar nominations, and a Tony nomination.

Ticket prices for his Singapore show start from S$108.

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