HALIFAX, N.S. — British music icon Sting performs a career retrospective live in concert at the Scotiabank Center in Halifax on May 2 as part of one of three Atlantic Canada shows on his 2022 My Songs Tour.
The year-long tour returns to the East Coast for a show in Moncton on September 13 at Center Avenir and a show on September 16 at Mary Brown’s Center in St. John’s. Tickets for all three shows go on sale Friday, February 25 at 10 a.m.
The My Songs concert is a comprehensive look at Sting’s most beloved songs, spanning the 17-Grammy Award winner’s years with the police and as a solo artist. Ranging from Roxanne and Message in a Bottle to Fields of Gold and Shape of My Heart, the My Songs shows have been hailed as a “masterful performance from start to finish” that “takes fans on a musical journey through time. “.
For each show, Sting is accompanied by an electric rock ensemble, with special guest Joe Sumner on all newly announced dates.
The singer and bassist previously performed in the Maritimes in 2013, when he performed a one-off concert in Summerside, PEI. actress and filmmaker Trudie Styler, may be rushed to Halifax Infirmary for an undisclosed medical condition.
In Summerside, he thanked Nova Scotia medical staff for saving Styler’s life and dedicated the song Fragile to their skill and dedication.
Sting’s latest album, The Bridge, shows his songwriting talents have not wavered as he delves into several genres of music that have fueled his inspiration over the years, including rock n’ roll, jazz, classical and folk on pop-rock tracks such as the rocking opener Rushing Water and the upbeat and whistling If It’s Love. To learn more, visit the interactive hub: thebridge.sting.com.
Members of the Sting fan club will have the opportunity to access exclusive pre-sale tickets before the general public by visiting Sting.com.