Cherrytree Music Company, Live Nation, and Charm Music are pleased to announce the recently postponed Sting concert on October 31, 2022, at the Zagreb Arena. Sting was supposed to perform at the Zagreb Arena on March 21, as part of his acclaimed ‘My Songs’ tour, where he performs his favorite songs written during the famous career of this 17-time Grammy Award winner, both with The Police and as a solo artist.
Hailed as a “masterful performance from start to finish,” the concert “takes fans on a musical journey through time,” with hits like “Fields of Gold,” “Shape of My Heart,” “Roxanne,” and “Demolition Man” and makes one an unforgettable event. Of course, fans can also expect “Englishman In New York,” “Every Breath You Take,” “Message In A Bottle,” and many of Sting’s other big hits.
After a sold-out six-day residency at London’s Palladium, The Times declared My Songs “masterclass”; “Sting remains undoubtedly a skilled performer with a golden catalog of songs.” The Telegraph described the concert as a “rare treat,” and The Guardian praised Sting as “almost flawless” with “sublime pop alchemy.” A special guest and frontman for Sting will be his son, musician Joe Sumner.
Late last year, Sting released the acclaimed album The Bridge, which presents different stages and styles from his unrivaled career and draws inspiration from rock’n’roll, jazz, classical music, and folk. Written and recorded in the year of the global pandemic, this new collection of poems reveals Sting’s reflections on personal loss, separation, lockdown, and extraordinary social and political turmoil.
Tickets are on sale through Eventim.hr and at Eventim sales points. Tickets for the previously scheduled performance will also be valid for the new event date. Ticket returns are possible until June 9, 2022.
Ticket prices for the following categories are: stand I 550 kn, stand II 360 kn, stand down I 560 kn, stand down II 390 kn, stand down III 320 kn, VIP box 830 kn, front rows 830 kn.
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