Sting & Paul Simon: On Stage Together - Concert in Denmark Confirmed!
September 15, 2014 
We are pleased to announce the Sting & Paul Simon's On Stage Together tour will make a stop in Odense, Denmark at the Sparekassen Fyn Arena on March 17, 2015!

Sting.com fan club members can purchase tickets in advance of the general public beginning tomorrow, September 16 at 10AM (local time). Please visit http://sting.com/tour/index/ when logged in as a member to obtain your unique pre-sale access code. Tickets will be available to the public beginning Monday, September 22 at 10AM (local). A full itinerary is included below. For additional details, please visit http://sting.com/tour/index/...

Mar. 12 Krakow, PL Krakow Arena On sale Sept. 19
Mar. 14 Prague, CZ O2 Arena On sale Sept. 22
Mar. 16 Berlin, DE O2 World On sale Sept. 19
Mar. 17 Odense, DK Sparekassen Fyn Arena On sale Sept. 22
Mar. 19 Oslo, NO Spektrum On sale Sept. 19
Mar. 20 Stockholm, SW Globe On sale Sept. 22
Mar. 22 Amsterdam, NL Ziggo Dome On sale now
Mar. 23 Antwerp, BE Sportspaleis On sale Sept. 19
Mar. 25 Koln, DE Lanxess Arena On sale Sept. 19
Mar. 27 Zurich, CH Hallenstadion On sale Sept. 22
Mar. 28 Munich, DE Olympiahalle On sale Sept. 19
Mar. 30 Milan, IT Mediolanum Forum On sale Sept. 22
Apr. 01 Vienna, AU Wiener Stadthalle On sale Sept. 19
Apr. 03 Paris, FR Zenith On sale Sept. 22
Apr. 07 Dublin, IE 3Arena On sale now
Apr. 10 Glasgow, UK The SSE Hydro On sale now
Apr. 12 Birmingham, UK LG Arena On sale now
Apr. 13 Manchester, UK Phones 4U Arena On sale now
Apr. 15 London, UK O2 Arena On sale now
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