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Extra tickets for Sting in Joburg

2012-03-22 12:16
Johannesburg – Big Concerts announced on Thursday that extra tickets have been released for Sting's Back to Bass concert in Johannesburg.

The extra tickets for Sting's two Johannesburg shows, taking place on March 24 and 25, are available at Computicket.

The Grammy award winner's two Cape Town shows are sold out.

Sting's Back to Bass tour celebrates the 25th anniversary of his solo career.

In support of Sting: 25 Years, the recently released box set collection, Back to Bass will see Sting perform songs spanning his career from his 1985 debut The Dream of the Blue Turtles to his latest release, Live in Berlin – as well as a selection of The Police's greatest hits.

Highlights of the tour will include performances of hit songs such as Brand New Day and If I Ever Lose My Faith in You, plus fan favourites Englishman in New York, Desert Rose and Roxanne.

Sting will be joined by a band including his longtime guitarist Dominic Miller, Rufus Miller (guitarist), Vinnie Colaiuta (drummer), Peter Tickell (electric fiddle), and Jo Lawry (vocalist).
Sting Back to Bass Tour itinerary:

Saturday March 24 2012
Sunday March 25 2012
Coca-Cola Dome, Johannesburg
Tickets from R395 (all inclusive)

Cape Town
Tuesday March 27 2012
Wednesday March 28 2012
Grand Arena, GrandWest
Tickets sold out
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