Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, California
Sensational pop legend Sting is on a world tour celebrating all of his most beloved songs. He has already rocked venues in South Africa, the UAE, Australia, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand, and Malaysia. Now he is bringing all of his incredible talent to North American cities, and this part of the trek will stop over at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday, October 7, 2023. Known for his ability to draw in huge crowds and put on some of the most spectacular events on the planet, you can expect this one to be no different. Fans already know this and have started buying up all of the remaining tickets, meaning securing your spot will be really difficult. Fortunately, you have come to the best place to grab yours, but you must act now by clicking the "GET TICKETS" button before all the tickets are truly gone. Attending this show is a must, so get it done right now!!!
Sting has stood the test of time and maintained his status as one of the best musicians of our time. Born in 1951 and given the name Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, he has been wowing fans for decades.
In his spare time during his younger days, he would rock the stage with legends like the Phoenix Jazzmen. To support his life during that time, he would work several jobs before making it big with the band The Police in 1977, which he stayed with until 1986, when he made a career shift to become a solo artist.
His ability to blend different genres such as jazz, reggae, pop, and so much more is unparalleled and has won him a huge legion of fans around the world. He is arguably one of the best musicians of all time, having sold over 100 million records worldwide. Ask any fan of music anywhere in the world, and they are guaranteed to know at least one of his songs. That is the impact he has had on the industry.
Iconic in every way, he has done it all, from his incredible awards that include an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a CBE from Queen Elizabeth II for services to music, to 17 incredible Grammys to his list of collaborators, which reads like a who's who of music royalty, including the awesome talents of Mary J. Blige, Eric Clapton, Bryan Adams, Craig David, and even Jamaican star Shaggy.
Turning 70 hasn't slowed him down either, as he maintains a huge touring schedule, the latest being in support of his new album, "My Songs," which is a celebration of his most beloved pieces. On this tour, he promises to take you on an incredible journey, exploring all the hits that he enjoyed creating so much.
No fan in their right mind will want to miss out on any of this action, so you can expect tickets to sell out very quickly. You can grab yours right here but be warned, there is very little stock so act now to avoid disappointment.