Sting Tour 2020 !Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner CBE, known by his stage name Sting, is an English musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, activist, actor and philanthropist. He is best known as the principal songwriter, lead singer and bassist for the rock band The Police before launching a solo career. Sting has varied his musical style, incorporating distinct elements of jazz, reggae, classical


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Classic rock legend Sting is reportedly in the planning stages on a big new tour for 2019, and while we don’t know much about his plans just yet, this website will automatically update with the latest tickets information available!  Two years ago, the former Police frontman teamed up with Shaggy to release 44/876; this time around, who knows what’s in store?  Check back regularly for the latest info about the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s travel plans, and remember: if you don’t score your Sting 2019 Tickets as soon as possible, then someone else will!


  • Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner CBE better known by his stage name Sting, is an English musician, singer-songwriter known as the lead singer of The Police. Sting was born in Wallsend, North Tyneside, Tyne and Wear, England. In 1977 Gordon moved from Newcastle to London and met Stewart Copeland and Henry Padovani to form a new wave band called The Police. They enjoyed success from the late 70’s to early 80’s, releasing five albums, four of which topped the charts in the UK and one that topped the charts in the US also. They enjoyed huge success with their punk inspired sounds which developed into a minimalist reggae tinged rock/pop and had a plethora of hit singles including ‘Message In A Bottle’ ‘Don’t Stand So Close To Me’ ‘Every Breath You Take’ and ‘Walking On The Moon’. The band unofficially parted after their final release ‘Synchronicity’ to focus on their solo careers. Sting’s first solo gig was at Amnesty International’s The Secret Policeman’s Other Ball where he performed solo versions of tracks such as ‘Roxanne’ and ‘Message In A Bottle’. In 1985, Sting finally released his debut record which featured a heavier lean towards jazz including the musicians Kenny Kirkland, Darryl Jones, Omar Hakim and Branford Marsalis. Once again, he enjoyed a number of hit singles from the record and within a year it had been awarded triple platinum. To add to the accolades Sting also received four Grammy nominations for ‘The Dream Of Blue Turtles’. Sting was part of the iconic Band Aid’s ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ charity single which raised money for famine victims in Ethiopia and took part in the live aid concert the following year, playing a selection of The Police hits. His next album ‘…Nothing Like The Sun’ mirrored the successes of his first, more hit singles, more Grammy Nominations and this time a Brit Award for Best Album. The following four releases all reached the top five of the UK charts and have now been certified as platinum selling. In 2007 he reunited with his Police bandmates as the introductory act for the 2007 Grammy Awards, singing ‘Roxanne’ and subsequently announced a huge worldwide tour which sold out almost instantly. Sting has had multiple successes both with his band and as a solo artist. He has accumulated a total of sixteen Grammy Awards, three Brit Awards and several Oscar nominations for Best Original Song. He is known for his musical abilities but also his activism, becoming patrons for several charities including Elton John’s AIDS foundation. He has sold over 100 million records to date. Read more

Live reviews

  • Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, otherwise known as Sting has been a staple name in music since The Police hit the big time in the late 70s. Now touring his own popular solo work along with a handful of The Police’s hit singles, audiences continue to flock to see the iconic singer perform. Often accompanied by an orchestra, a staple sound for his solo work. The arrangement adds a sense of grandeur and luxury to the affair and as Sumner stands centre you can see he still has a great deal of passion for performing. It is also clear that he enjoys delighting his audiences with Police classics such as ‘Driven To Tears’ and ‘Wrapped Around Your Finger’ as he plays them with such jovial enthusiasm as the audience proudly sing back these timeless tracks. His own brand of new wave tracks are considered equally classic as the poignant ‘Fields Of Gold’ sounds wonderful as Sting sings in a vocal that appears not to have aged. The encore of ‘Every Breath You Take’ perhaps gets the biggest cheer of the night as this tender mega-hit is sung note perfect by both performer and audience. As he takes a final bow and thanks his magnificent backing band, the audience appear thankful Sting isn’t a star who shun the limelight in older age.