Sting to headline Royal Park Festival in The Netherlands on 7 July...

January 11, 2018

Sting will headline Royal Park Festival on Saturday 7th July. The critically-acclaimed English musician will perform songs from his latest pop/rock album, 57th & 9th and some of his classic hits accompanied by a 3-piece guitar-driven band at the festival held at ‘Paleis Soestdijk’ in Baarn. Tickets will go on sale Monday 15th January at 10AM via

The concert site of Royal Park Live is in the garden of the former Royal Palace of The Netherlands where Queen Juliana used to live until 2004. 

Visitors can picnic in the park and have a chance to visit the royal palace to see how the royal family lived during the last centuries. The 2018 concert series will be the third series in a row, all previous concerts sold out and included performances of Van Morrison, Damien Rice and Counting Crows. 

Throughout his illustrious career, Sting has sold close to 100 million albums from his combined work with The Police and as a solo artist. His hits include world-known songs as ‘Roxanne’, ‘Message In A Bottle’, ‘Englishman In New York’ and ‘Fragile’. 

Tickets are available from 75,- EURO and will go on sale Monday 15th January at 10AM via

The presale will commence at 10am (local) on 12 January until 10am (local) on 14 January. 


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