We already have commented you the varied program of concerts in Marbella this summer (http://www.malagaweb.com/blog/events/concerts-in-marbella-summer-2012/). Well this program just augmented a few days ago with the confirmation of a performance by Sting on June 30, as part of his summer tour.
This post is from 2012…the latest concerts from Sting and other artists are after the link below:
Fans of the British artist with 25 years of career behind him have a fairly unique opportunity to enjoy this artist in a scenario of limited seating for 2,000 people in the central court of the Tennis Club of the Hotel Puente Romano in Marbella. The former leader of The Police, one of the most successful groups of the 80s, will perform his best known hits, both from the group and his solo career.
Initially the Sting concert was scheduled to take place in the Canary Islands, but it was cancelled; thus Marbella is included in the summer tour of the artist who will also play in Lisbon on Friday June 29 and in Ibiza on Sunday July 1. Sting is currently touring 60 cities of the world in his a tour “Back to Bass” with a show that reviews more than 25 years of carrier as a singer and which also includes the legendary hits of The Police.
Tickets for the Sting concert in Marbella are now on sale at Ticket Hotline number 608 134 380, Hotel Puente Romano, www.livenation.es, www.ticketmaster.es and www.elcorteingles.es. Now, such exclusivity has its price too, as ticket prices range between 100 € and 280 €.
On the same stage of the Hotel Puente Romano will perform over the coming weeks artists like Montserrat Caballé, Bryan Ferry, Chaka Khan or Sister Sledge among others. However, between June 22 and August 14 Marbella has scheduled many more concerts in the framework of Starlite Festival, where perform among others Tony Bennet, Paul Anka, Simple Minds, Roger Hodgson, Hugh Laurie, Miguel Bosé, Estopa, Julio Iglesias or Raphael.
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