Performance in Canada Confirmed This Summer...

March 19, 2012

On Monday, June 11, Sting will perform at the Place des Arts in Montreal, Quebec! He will be joined by a 5-piece band featuring Dominic Miller (guitar), David Sancious (keyboards), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), Peter Tickell (electric fiddle), and Jo Lawry (vocals).

Fan Club presales begin at 10AM (local time) tomorrow, March 20. Tickets will go on sale to the public Saturday, March 24 at 12PM (local time).
posted by stingcom
You don't need to visit the event page. Read the text at the top of the tour page when you are logged in.
posted by bia
link isn't working yet
Hi admin, tried to go to the event detailed page and it's not working. anybody reported similar bug to you?! Thanx!
posted by stingcom
You have to be logged in to the website and then visit the tour page to get to the link to the ticket presales.
posted by Chouin
fanclub presales
Have you been able to access Fan Club presales for Sting in Montreal??
posted by dbergeron
Sting au Québec...
Excellente nouvelle pour les fans du Québec !
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