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Sting returns to Baltics next spring

Sting returns with a new album

Sting, the so loved English musician and singer, returns to Baltics in spring 2022 with a new album "The Bridge" and concert program "My Songs", which traveled the world with great success in America and elsewhere in Europe until the global pandemic began. Together with him, he is bringing the special guest artist Joe Sumner.

05.03. Latvia, Arena Riga

09.03. Lithuania, Zalgiris Arena

Tickets on sale from November 12, 10:00. Members of the FBI and Positivus festival concert club, Live Nation Lithuania concert club and will be able to purchase tickets starting on November 10, 10:00 using a pre-sale code.

Sting has been looking forward to the moment when he will be able to go back on the concert tour and return not only with the acclaimed concert program "My Songs", but also with the new album "The Bridge". In the year of the global pandemic, he recorded his fifteenth studio album, which, according to the artist, helped to get through this difficult time. The album is set to be released on November 19 and will showcase the artist's outstanding and diverse songwriting process, as well as revealing reflections on personal loss, isolation, hardship, and existing social and political unrest.

During his solo career, Sting has received 17 Grammy Awards, 2 Brit Awards, a Golden Globe and an Emmy. 4 Oscar and one TONY nominations, Billboard Magazine's Century Award and a title "Man of the Year" by MusiCare. He has sold more than 100 million copies of the album, both as a member of The Police and as a solo artist. Sting has also been honored with the BMI Pop Awards for the hit "Every Breath You Take", which became the "Most Performed Song" with 15 million radio plays from the BMI catalog, with a total of more than 14 million pieces of music. Most recently, the song was added to the Spotify's Billion Club, where it has been played more than 1 billion times.