Sting has been garnering positive reviews from fans and critics alike, including this one from The Telegraph in the UK: “At the heart of what Sting does is a supreme songwriting talent, flowing melodies, audacious grooves and meaningful lyrics delivered by a master musician who seems to get a genuine sense of accomplishment from performing at the highest possible level. This show deserved a badge of honour."

The former Police frontman is touring with a three-piece band comprising his longtime guitarist Dominic Miller, drummer Josh Freese and rhythm guitarist Rufus Miller. Special guests are Sting’s son Joe Sumner on backing vocals and accordion player Percy Cardona, who regularly performs with The Last Bandoleros.

Sting’s 12th solo studio album, “57th & 9th”, his first rock/pop project in over a decade, was released last November. The 10-song collection represents a wide range of Sting’s musical and songwriting styles from the raucous, guitar-driven first single, “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You”, to the ferocious, Road Warrior-style imagery of “Petrol Head” and the anthemic “50,000”.

Tickets for the Budapest show at Papp László Sports Arena on 13 October are on sale via and There are five different seating areas. Front of Stage and standing tickets are available.


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