Sting to perform at Gent Jazz Festival in Belgium, 14 July 2021...

September 08, 2020

We are delighted to announce that Sting will be performing at the Gent Jazz Festival in Belgium on 14 July 2021 (rescheduled from 14 July 2020).

Sting ticket/Voucher Exchange:*:  Tuesday, 8 September 9am – Thursday 24-September, 2020. All ticket buyers of the Sting concert in 2020 will have the opportunity to convert their 2020 tickets into new 2021 tickets between September 8 and September 24. All current ticket holders will receive an email with a link to the presale and the access code which will enable them to select the same number of tickets they bought in 2020. They will then be able to exchange these tickets with their vouchers. They can only obtain the same number of tickets, or less, for the same category. Exclusive access for previous ticket holders runs between 8-24 September. After this period, tickets that have not been converted will go back into sales. Fans holding a voucher will still be able to exchange after 24-September if tickets remain. Refunds if necessary will be available at a later date. Voucher sales start 8 September at 9 am. Ticket sales are via Tickoweb -

General on sale: These sales will start Friday, 25 Septemer 9am (local). Ticket sales are via Tickoweb -


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