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See the Former Police frontman perform in Brisbane
Multi award-winning singer and former Police frontman, Sting, returns to Australia to perform his most celebrated hits at the Sirromet Winery at A Day on the Green in Brisbane.
Sting will perform on Sunday, February 19, 2023 Sirromet Wines, Mt Cotton, Queensland as part of his national tour of Australia. My Songs will include songs written throughout his career both with The Police and as a solo artist. He will be supported on the day by his son Joe Sumner as well as featuring a performance by former Australian Crawl frontman, James Reyne.
About Sting and The Police
STING needs little introduction but here is a little background on his extensive musical career. Before taking on his now famous stage name, Sting was born Gordon Sumner.
Along with drummer Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers, he was the lead singer and bass player for the band The Police. The 3 piece band formed in London in 1977 and disbanded in 1984 at the height of their popularity. The Police have sold over 75 million records and produced hits like Message in A Bottle, SOS, Every Breath You Take, Don't Stand So Close To Me and of course Roxanne. While this was the end of The Police, it paved the way for the emergence of Sting as a solo artist to continue to make music in his own, individual way. Solo and with The Police combined, he has sold over 100 million records,
About Sirromet Winery and A Day on the Green Sirromet is a working winery operating in Mount Cotton that producers a range of wines including white, red and sparkling, and red dessert wine. A Day on the Green is a national concert initiative. It is also known for attracting well known national and international music artists such as Elton John, Joe Cocker, Rod Stewart and more to glorious wine estates across the country in the Australian summer months from October to March with around 30 concerts per season.
The concerts feature selected artists performing from late afternoon to evening at 18 wineries in Australia and New Zealand, all contracted exclusively to a day on the green. Mount Cotton is located 34 kilometres from the Brisbane Central Business District, a 43 minute drive by road.
For information about the tour and to purchase pre sale tickets, check out the website here.