11.30.10 Third and Final Tokyo Concert added at the Budokan arena on Sting's 'Symphonicity' Tour...


We are pleased to announce that Sting will extend his 'Symphonicity' world tour to include a third and final show at Tokyo's Budokan arena on Wednesday, January 19.

'Symphonicity' finds Sting performing his greatest hits, re-imagined for symphonic arrangement, conducted by Maestro Steven Mercurio (Pavarotti, Bocelli). For this date, Sting will be accompanied by the Tokyo New City Orchestra.

The Fan Club presale for Sting's third concert at the Budokan will begin on Thursday, December 2 at 9am (local time), with legacy Fan Club members enjoying a one hour advance window at the start and the presale then opening to all members at 10am (local time).

The Japan itinerary is:

Date City Venue
13 Jan Osaka Chuo Gymnasium
14 Jan Nagoya Aichi Gymnasium
17 Jan Tokyo Budokan
18 Jan Tokyo Budokan
19 Jan Tokyo Budokan

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