Sting & Paul Simon: On Stage Together – Concert in Belfast Confirmed...

November 14, 2014

On April 9, 2015, Sting and Paul Simon will bring their critically-acclaimed On Stage Together Tour to the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Ireland. fan club members will have an opportunity to purchase tickets in advance of the general public beginning Tuesday, November 18 at 9AM (local time). Tickets will be available to the public as of Friday, November 21 at 9AM (local) and are priced from £49 incl. booking fee and may be purchased from the Odyssey box-office, Ticketmaster outlets and online at .

The concerts will feature these two iconic singer/songwriters on stage together, blending their voices, trading songs and intertwining their bands while performing their best-known songs.

On stage for more than two hours, Paul Simon and Sting will perform hits and fan favourites from their staggeringly rich repertoires, such as Sting’s "Brand New Day," "Fields of Gold," "Fragile" and "Every Breath You Take"; and Simon’s "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover," "You Can Call Me Al," "The Boxer," and "The Boy in the Bubble".

See you on the road!
posted by bottomhammer
sting and paul
Hi, Where the hell you left Helsinki on you tour...shame.. :(
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