Sting Announces Australian Tour For February 2023
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— 13 September 2022

Sting Announces Australian Tour For February 2023

— 13 September 2022
Chris Singh
Chris Singh

It’s been more than a decade since former Police frontman Sting has brought his unique buttery vocals down under. Yet it looks like the music veteran behind classic pub belters ‘Roxanne’ and ‘Every Breath You Take’ is finally ready to tackle a bit of a greatest hits comeback tour for any fans willing the invest in a nice little dose of 70s and 80s nostalgia. Announced today, Sting will head down to Australia next year for a massive eight-date tour, showing love to major capitals like Sydney and Melbourne while also popping around for a bit of open-air action at some of the country’s best winery estates.

There aren’t many concerts coming in the next few months that you could easily take mum and dad to, so consider the Sting Australia tour and a nice little op to get the olds out to some live music to kick off the new year. That goes double if you manage to nab tickets for one of the regional dates, which will take place at acclaimed wineries along our country’s east coast as part of the annual A Day On The Green concert series.

Sting will be performing with acclaimed musicians James Reyne and Joe Sumner at the A Day On The Green concerts, starting with a performance at Bimbadgen estate in the Hunter Valley on Saturday, February 18. After that, the former Police frontman will head to Sirromet Wines at the picturesque Mount Cotton, Mt Duneed Estate in Geelong and finally Centennial Vineyards in Bowral.

The city shows will mostly take place at theatres and entertainment centres, although Perth – the first show on the Sting Australia tour – will take place in the very relaxed surrounds of Kings Park.

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Sting Australian Tour 2023

Friday, February 10 – Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth
Wednesday, February 15 – Aware Super Theatre, Sydney
Saturday, February 18 – Bimbadgen, Hunter Valley
Sunday, February 19 – Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton
Tuesday, February 21 – Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Thursday, February 23 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Saturday, February 25 – Mt. Duneed Estate, Geelong
Sunday, February 26 – Centennial Vineyards
, Bowral

Tickets for all dates of the Sting Australia tour will go on sale from 11 am local time on Friday, September 16. A pre-sale for Live Nation members will start from 10 am local time on Wednesday, September 14.

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Chris Singh
Chris is a freelance Travel, Food, and Technology writer. He has had work published by The AU Review, Junkee Media and Australian Traveller Media and holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology and Sociology.


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