Sting: Back To Bass Fall Tour 2012 - Two Concerts In Russia Confirmed For November...

September 06, 2012

Two concerts in Russia are now confirmed for Sting's upcoming Back to Bass tour! On November 23, he will perform at the Basket Hall in Krasnodar and on November 24, at the Palace of Sport in Rostov-on-Don, joined by a 5-piece band featuring Dominic Miller (guitar), Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), David Sancious (keyboard), Peter Tickell (electric fiddle), and Jo Lawry (vocals).

Tickets will be available beginning Monday, September 10 at 10AM (local time).

Stay tuned to over the coming days, as additional cities will be announced soon!
posted by Alexander_Noskov
You're wrong
You should know, when Sting visited Russia, he gave an interview with his point of view to Pussy Riot. This action started huge wave of discussion in mass media and society, caused a lot of critics to Sting. Then Madonna, Peter Gabriel and all russian musicians started to discuss it. So, thanks Sting for making us, Russians, better. And thanks for amazing show in Moscow!
posted by tgreer76
Im more than surprised Sting is playing these shows in Russia. Ive been a major fan for years, but I will lose respect for Sting and wont go to anymore of his shows here in the US if he plays Russia while Pussy Riot is in jail. Sting of the 80's wouldnt have done this. Hard to believe Sting of 2012 would forgo what was right to add a few more rubles to his already expansive bank account.
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