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Sting, 5 September 2023

Tue, September 5 2023
20:00 (local time)




  Gig of Sting Sep 5, 2023 in Toronto

About concert Sting in Toronto

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About Sting

Sting, born Gordon Sumner in 1951 in Wallsend, England, has had a long job full of much music, first as lead of The Police and then on his own. His mix of rock, jazz, reggae, and world tunes, with his unique voice and deep songs, has won him many prizes and a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The Police made Sting a star in the late 1970s, with big songs like "Roxanne" and "Every Breath You Take," which fans still love at his shows. After the band broke up in the mid-1980s, Sting went solo, always trying new things and crossing styles.
Sting's first solo album, "The Dream of the Blue Turtles" in 1985, had jazz beats and showed he liked to test music limits. Later works like "...Nothing Like the Sun" and "Ten Summoner’s Tales" did very well, making him a top solo act.
Sting's shows are known for great music and lively playlists that mix old hits with his newest, giving a full view of his music path. His live acts are praised not just for music, but also for his good stories.
Lately, Sting keeps touring a lot, working with others and trying out new music styles. Fans can't wait for his tours, to hear his songs live in cities all over the world.
Now, Sting's next shows aim to give the top acts fans wait for. He keeps updating tour dates, so people from everywhere can see his great live shows. Each show is a chance to watch Sting remake his huge list of tunes, making them feel new and cool for all.
If you want to see Sting live, keep an eye on his tour dates. Tickets sell fast due to his lasting fame and the close feel of his shows, which let fans feel close to the music.
Sting has truly changed music and culture, with a job that still moves and shapes both artists and fans. His coming concerts are not just shows but parties of a music story over forty years long, making them key for any music lover.

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