Members-Only Contest – Sting's Run in "The Last Ship" Extended – Win Tickets to See Him in the Show PLUS a Meet & Greet!

December 11, 2014

We're excited to share the news that Sting's engagement in "The Last Ship" will extend through January 24 at the Neil Simon Theatre! On the heels of his sold-out, standing-room-only debut performance on Tuesday night, the producers have announced that Sting will now appear for an additional two weeks, through January 24, in the role of Jackie White. Tickets are available now at

We sincerely appreciate the continued support the fan club has shown to "The Last Ship." As a token of our thanks and to celebrate his Broadway run, we're giving away several pairs of tickets plus post-show meet & greets with Sting to our members! Tickets will be offered for the performance on Thursday, January 15. Detials here.

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Dec 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)...

Dec 10, 2014

Tuesday night marked Sting's debut in his own Broadway musical, "The Last Ship." He was on Broadway over twenty years ago in a failed production of "The Threepenny Opera." So coming into "The Last Ship" took guts and it also showed time heals all wounds. In his first performance, the composer of what is invariably the best new score on Broadway in some time, acquitted himself beautifully. He's taking over not the lead, but the part Jimmy Nail plays as the foreman of the Wallsend shipyard that's being shut down. When Sting first appeared on a set of stairs and looked down at the audience, I really thought his thought balloon was "Holy cow, what did I agree to?" But a few minutes in and he settled down, loosening up and belting his own songs with his strong, trademark voice. In short order Sting did the impossible: he blended in and stood out...