Sting: My Songs - London Palladium Shows Announced for September...

January 27, 2020

Sting will bring his My Songs Tour to the legendary London Palladium, performing on 17, 18 and 19 September! Experience Sting live in concert in an intimate setting, as he performs his most beloved songs spanning his prolific career with The Police and as a solo artist. You can expect to hear "Englishman In New York," "Fields Of Gold," "Shape Of My Heart," "Every Breath You Take," "Roxanne," "Message In A Bottle" and many more classic cuts. Special Guests will be Cruel Hearts Club.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 31 January, but members have early access to preferred tickets beginning tomorrow, Tuesday 28 January at 10:00 GMT. If you are not yet a member, sign up now!

PRESALE INFO: members will use their unique presale codes for these presales. Your code is displayed on the Tour Page when you are logged in.


Legacy member's codes begins STLA, Junior (New) member's codes begin STJA. The presales for Legacy members will begin at 10am GMT on Tuesday 28 January. The presales for Junior (New members) will begin at 11am GMT on Tuesday 28 January.

When our presales begin, go to the Tour page and scroll down to your show date and click the TICKETS button to open the ticketing window.

TICKET LIMIT: There is a 4-ticket purchase limit with your code. You may choose to see multiple dates, up to the 4 ticket maximum (example: purchase 2 tickets to see 2 shows).

If you have questions regarding your membership, please visit our HELP page.

2020 Tour Dates:

12 Jun - Music Festival, Dresden, Germany

15 Jun - Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany

16 Jun - Messehall, Erfurt, Germany

18 Jun - Festival De Nimes, Nimes, France

20 Jun - Stadhalle Park, Hamburg, Germany

21 Jun - Tradgardsforeningen, Gothenburg, Sweden

23 Jun - Lunden Festival, Morsens, Denmark

25 Jun - Printemps De Perouges, France

27 Jun - Wiley Sport Park, Neu Ulm, Germany

28 Jun - Gerry Weber Stadion, Halle, Germany

29 Jun - Zitadell, Berlin, Germany

01 Jul - Chateau de Chambord, Chambord, France

02 Jul - Rockhal, Esch, Luxembourg

03 Jul - Main Square Festival, Arras, France

05 Jul - Castle Garden, Slavkov, Czech Republic

06 Jul - Tollwood, Munich, Germany

09 Jul - Kunst!Rasen, Bonn, Germany

10 Jul - Bospop, Weert, Netherlands

11 Jul - Residenzplatz, Wurzburg, Germany

13 Jul - Zenith Grand Nancy Open Air, Nancy France

14 Jul - Gent Jazz Festival, Gent, Belgium

16 Jul - Festival De Poupet, Saint-Malô-du-Bois, France

18 Jul - Sommer in City Festival, Mainz, Germany

19 Jul - jazzopen, Stuttgart, Germany

20 Jul - Schlosspark, Tussling, Germany

23 Jul - Parco Della Cittadella, Parma, Italy

25 Jul - PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland

26 Jul - Domplatz, Linz, Austria

29 Jul - Plaza de Toros, Murcia, Spain

30 Jul - Concert Music Festival, Cadiz, Spain

01 Aug - Auditorio de Castrelos, Vigo, Spain

02 Aug - Stone & Music Festival, Mérida, Spain

17 Sep - The Palladium, London, UK

18 Sep - The Palladium, London, UK

19 Sep - The Palladium, London, UK

14 Oct - Konig-Pilsner Arena, Oberhausen, Germany

15 Oct - Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany

16 Oct - Quarterback Immobilien Arena, Leipzig, Germany

18 Oct - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland

posted by soulcage62
UK date
Thanks for the Legacy presale
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Jan 24, 2020

iHeartRadio is pleased to present Sting for a special performance on January 28 in Los Angeles. Sting will be joined by cast members from his stage production, The Last Ship, currently staged at the Ahmanson Theatre in LA. We are excited to offer fan club members access to this exclusive performance. If you live in or will be in the Los Angeles metro area on January 28, submit your RSVP now.

Jan 23, 2020

There was always a problem with Sting’s Broadway musical, “The Last Ship.” Even though the music was par excellence, the songs beyond deliciously hummable, the story was always muddled. I’m thrilled to report that has changed, very much for the better. “The Last Ship” has been rebuilt and is eminently seaworthy. Last night’s premiere in Los Angeles at the Ahmanson Theater was a triumph on so many levels but the biggest was that we finally feel like the people of Wallsend, Newcastle, UK who build ships are getting their due.