01.11.12 Sting to perform at TW Classic in Belgium this Summer!
On June 23, 2012, Sting will perform at the TW Classic, Festival Park in Werchter, Belgium! The concert will feature Sting with a 5-piece band performing his greatest hits from both The Police and his solo repertoire.
The TW Classic is a festival based on a tried and tested concept: one stage, an exuberant audience and a select group of the world's most celebrated musicians. Lenny Kravitz is also scheduled to perform, with additional artists to be announced.
Fan Club presales will begin at 9AM (local time) Wednesday, January 18. Tickets will go on sale to the public Friday, January 20 at 9AM (local time).
Video Clip: The band gets ready for the 2012 Tour. Are you going to any of the shows? Remember that if you have any photographs, ticket stubs or images from any concerts you have been too you can add them to the huge but ever expanding tour archive
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By all accounts 2011 was an incredible Sting packed year for me that saw me be an ''Englishman in New York'' several times throughout the year, at the Fan Club show at the Apollo, Sting’s Birthday bash at the Beacon and twice at the Roseland Ballroom Back to Bass concerts...
Click here to view a seasonal greeting video filmed especially by Sting for his fans at Sting.com. Have a look and please leave your own holiday greeting to the Sting.com community! Happy holidays everyone!
Today, an audio podcast will be released in which Sting reflects on his enduring 25-year solo career and launches his free STING 25 ‘appumentary’ as part of the latest installment of the "Meet the Musician" podcast, available in the App Store on iPad or at http://itunes.apple.com
Trudie Styler has been patron of the Mukti charity for 10 years. Mukti has been working with the orphanage Karm Marg to provide us with The Bag Issue. Trudie joined John Bird and Sting to host a launch for The Bag Issue yesterday in London. The Karm Marg orphanage was set up in 1997 to give disadvantaged kids in India shelter, care, medical support and education, plus the skills and knowledge to create an income and build them a better future – hence The Bag Issue bags. The bags are 100 per cent recycled and made from elephant dung.