Back To Bass Fall Tour 2012 - Concert In Poland Confirmed!

August 06, 2012

On November 21, Sting will perform at the Lodz Arena in Lodz, Poland as part of his critically-acclaimed Back to Bass tour!

Sting will be joined by Dominic Miller (guitar), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), David Sancious (keyboards), Peter Tickell (electric fiddle), and Jo Lawry (vocals).

Fan Club presales begin at 10AM (local time) tomorrow, August 7. Tickets will go on sale to the public Friday, August 10 at 10AM (local time).

Stay tuned to, as additional concert dates will be announced over the coming weeks!

posted by frahmita
from Jakarta to Lodz
Hi, please send the detail info / link lead us to book the pre sale ticket in Lodz..thank you so much..
posted by marcinm
Problem with Fan Club presale
Fan Club presale of tickest does not work! What's the problem??? When presale will be available?
posted by kowejsza
presale access code
Can anyone tell me where can i find an unique presale access code?? thx :)
posted by wangyuan
a green hand
from China
posted by YarekP
Kod promocyjny
Moze mi ktos doniesc skad wziac ten cholerny kod. ktorego zada LiveNation w przedsprzedazy?
posted by fanfromwarsaw
presale has not started?
Whe presale of tickets for concert in Lodz has not started yet?
posted by fanfromwarsaw
It is already 1PM local time 7.08 and tickets are still not available for concert in Lodz?
posted by jasiekkal
Ticket price
Are ticket prices available yet?
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