Sting returns to Singapore after five years

Multiple Grammy winner Sting, known for seminal hits like “Shape of my Heart”, “Desert Rose” and and “All for Love”, a collab with Bryan Adams and Rod Stewart, is coming back to Singapore on May 28 next year to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium as part of his “57th and 9th”’s tour.

The former lead singer and songwriter of the famous, now-disbanded rock band The Police, will be playing songs from his 12th solo album, which happens to be his first rock/pop album in over a decade. Expect to hear different styles of music ranging from melodic tunes to high octane guitar solos with songs like “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You” and “Petrol Head”. He will be accompanied by a three-piece band which consisting of long-time guitarist Dominic Milner, Josh Freese on drums and Rufus Miller on guitar. After all these years of coming to jam it out in Singapore, he’ll be joined by his son Joe Sumner, who’s currently the singer-songwritre and bassist for the rock outfit Fiction Plane.

Ticket prices start at $108 and go on sale from 10am on Dec 15 at 10am. Get your tickets here