Two shows confirmed in Austria for July 2019...
December 03, 2018 

Cherrytree Management and Live Nation and Barracuda Music have confirmed that Sting: My Songs will tour Europe next summer with very special festival and concert appearances scheduled including a first appearance at Messe Graz on 4 July and a return performance at Burg Clam on 5 July, 2019. 
 
Sting: My Songs will be a rollicking, dynamic show focusing on the most beloved songs written by Sting and spanning the 16-time Grammy Award winner’s prolific career with The Police and as a solo artist. Fans can expect to hear “Englishman In New York,” “Fields Of Gold,” “Shape Of My Heart,” “Every Breath You Take,” “Roxanne,” “Message In A Bottle” and many more, with Sting accompanied by an electric, rock ensemble.
 
Tickets for Sting: My Songs at both festival dates will go on sale starting Monday, 3-December at 10am. There are no fan club presales for these two dates. Tickets will be available at musicticket.at, oeticket.com and all Oeticket outlets.

STING: MY SONGS 2019 EUROPEAN TOUR - DATES CONFIRMED

23-JUNE, FORCHHEIM – OPEN AIR FORCHHEIM
26-JUNE, LINGEN – OPEN AIR AN DER EMSLANDARENA
04-JULY, GRAZ – MESSE GRAZ
05-JULY, CLAM – BURG CLAM
06-JULY, HALLE – FREILICHTBUHNE PEISSNITZINSEL
10-JULY, MUNICH – TOLLWOOD MUSIK-ARENA
11-JULY, STUTTGART – jazzopen
15-JULY, BONN – KUNST!RASEN

 

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