Sting Brings “My Songs World Tour” To North America This Fall

Sting: My Songs World Tour

After taking it everywhere, from United Arab Emirates to Singapore, Sting has announced his “My Songs World Tour” will be hitting North America this September and October. The famed bassist and songwriter will be performing songs from his catalog with The Police and as a solo artist, including “Fields of Gold,” “Roxanne,” “Englishman In New York,” “Message In A Bottle,” and more. He will be joined by an electric rock band, including his son Joe Sumner.

The tour begins in the Northeast in Toronto, Ontario, before sweeping down south and across to the West Coast. After a handful of dates in California, it will cut across the Southwest and end on October 15th in Houston, Texas.

The My Songs World Tour is based on his 2019 album, My Songs, which put his music into “modernized recordings, faithful to the original arrangements.”

“My Songs is my life in songs. Some of them reconstructed, some of them refitted, some of them reframed, but all of them with a contemporary focus,” Sting said.

Check out this 2019 performance of “Demolition Man” on Jimmy Fallon:

My Songs World Tour North American Leg 2023:

Sep 5Toronto, ONBudweiser Stage
Sep 7Boston, MAMGM Fenway Music Hall
Sep 8Wantagh, NYNorthwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
Sep 12Hollywood, FLHard Rock Live
Sep 15Atlanta, GACadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
Sep 17Austin, TXMoody Center
Sep 20Denver, CORed Rocks
Sep 23Salt Lake City, UTUSANA Amphitheater
Sep 26Portland, ORModa Center
Sep 27Seattle, WAClimate Pledge Arena
Sep 29Vancouver, BCRogers Arena
Oct 1Reno, NVGrand Theatre at The Grand Sierra Resort
Oct 2San Francisco, CAConcord Pavilion
Oct 4San Diego, CACal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Oct 7Los Angeles, CAHollywood Bowl
Oct 9Phoenix, AZArizona Financial Theatre
Oct 12Rogers, ARWalmart AMP
Oct 14Dallas, TXToyota Music Factory
Oct 15Houston, TXThe Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

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