Sting planning Australian Tour

England musician Sting will be touring Australia next year. Sting as everybody is aware is the former frontman of the police. He is going to play 8 shows in Australia along with fellow musician and son, Joe Summer.

The first show will be in Perth, Australia on February 10, 2023. He is returning to Perth after seven long years. The concert is scheduled to take place at Botanic Garden & Kings Park. Sting will continue his balance tour by doing shows in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. The tour is titled “My songs”. Fans can buy tickets online through Ticketmaster from Friday, September 16.

The sale will start at 11 am local time. There will be a presale also for the Sting’s fan club & members of “A Day on the Green“ which will start at 11 am on September 13th. There will be an additional presale for the “Live Nation Members” on September 14 starting from 10 am local time.

As advised above, the first show will happen at Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth on February 10. The second show will take at Aware Super Theatre, Sydney on February 15. The third show will happen at Bimbadgen, Hunter Valley on February 18.

Sting will perform this fourth show on the very next day i.e February 19 at Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton. The fifth show will take place at Entertainment Centre, Adelaide on February 21. The sixth show is scheduled at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne on February 23. The seventh show will happen at Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong on February 25. The eighth and the last show will be conducted at Centennial Vineyards, Bowral on February 26.

Sting’s last performance down under was the NRL Grand Final in 2016. It was also a one-off thing. If we leave this aside, this will be his tour to Australia since 2011 which is more than a decade. In 2011, he performed in multiple shows to support his 10th studio album, ”Symphonicites”. Post same he has released five albums. This is great news for all the music lovers and I am sure it will be a house full show.

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