Dates in France Added to Sting's Summer 2015 Tour!

December 10, 2014

We are pleased to confirm that Sting will perform several concerts in France in July 2015! On July 3, he will play Les Nuits de l’Erdre in Nantes, followed by the Festival Beauregard in Hérouville Saint-Clair on July 4, the Guitare en Scene Festival in St. Julien en Genevoice on July 18 and the Nimes Arena Festival on July 20. fan club members can purchase advance tickets for the Nimes Arena Festival on July 20 beginning TODAY at 12PM (local time).

Tickets will be available to the public per the following schedule (all times are local):

July 3 – Les Nuits de l'Erdre – 2 day passes on sale Wednesday, December 17 at 10AM (single day passes will go on sale in January 2015, date to be announced)

July 4 – Festival Beauregard – on sale tomorrow, December 11 at 10AM

July 18 – Guitare en Scene Festival – on sale Friday, December 12 at 9AM

July 20 – Nimes Arena Festival – on sale Friday, December 12 at 10AM


Dec 9, 2014

Sting will perform three concerts in Norway as part of his European tour next summer. On June 26, he'll play Bergen Calling in Bergen and will then head to Stavanger for a show at Dnb Arena on June 27 before wrapping up at the Oddereya in Kristiansand on June 28. Additional dates will be announced in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to for updates! Tickets will go on sale this Friday, December 12 at 9AM, but fan club members can purchase tickets in advance of the general public beginning tomorrow, December 10 at 9AM. (All times are local.) Visit for additional information and to check out the dates that have already been announced.

Dec 7, 2014
The Kennedy Center Honors offered its usual mix of celebrity surprises Sunday night during a star-studded performance that featured soaring soul music and Hollywood schmaltz, before ending with an old-fashioned rock-and-roll jam. The 37th annual event - hosted by comedian Stephen Colbert - honored singer Al Green, actor Tom Hanks, ballerina Patricia McBride, comedian/actress Lily Tomlin and pop star Sting. This year's celebration was infused with a shot of youth, thanks to appearances by such singers as Lady Gaga, Jennifer Hudson and Usher. As is tradition, the artists sat with the president and first lady and watched the evening unfold. But that and other traditions could change. Producer George Stevens Jr., who has been at the event's helm since 1978, told the audience that this will be his last event - after Kennedy Center officials told him they wanted to reinvigorate the show...