Sting and Shaggy Announce UK Tour Dates for 2019
Performing their Greatest Hits Plus songs from their GRAMMY-winning collaborative UK Top Ten hit album ‘44/876’
Tickets on sale from Friday 15th February at 9am HERE
Following the GRAMMY’s, where Sting & Shaggy were awarded Best Reggae Album for their collaborative UK Top Ten hit record 44/876, the pair have announced their return to the UK with The 44/876 Tour.
A series of intimate and exclusive shows will begin at London’s Camden Roundhouse this May 19th with additional dates in Newcastle, Birmingham and Manchester. Tickets are on sale from Friday, February 15th at 9am at www.livenation.co.uk and www.ticketmaster.co.uk.
2018 saw Sting & Shaggy bring The 44/876 Tour to North America, South America and Eastern Europe. Hailed “one of the most anticipated concerts of the year” and “a reggae rock dance party that never lets up,” the show sees the pair collaborating on each other’s most celebrated hits such as “Every Breath You Take,” “Englishman In New York,” “Message In A Bottle,” “It Wasn’t Me,” “Mr. Boombastic” and “Angel”, as well as new hits from 44/876, which has just been awarded the 2019 GRAMMY for Best Reggae Album. Watch highlights here – https://bit.ly/2wKCvC6.
In Spring of 2018, Sting & Shaggy made UK headlines with a memorable performance of ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’ at Queen Elizabeth’s 92nd birthday celebration at the Royal Albert Hall. The track also featured on their collaborative Top Ten album release, dubbed “fantastically catchy” with “songs strong enough to fit anywhere into Sting’s impressive canon” in The Telegraph’s four-star review, and “a fine bromance” by The Guardian. The pair also performed the track live on BBC’s The One Show, and in the latest series of Mrs. Browns Boys.
2018 also saw the release of “Skank Up (Oh Lawd)”, a further collaboration from Sting & Shaggy that featured dancehall music sensation Ding Dong. The pair’s latest music video, “Gotta Get Back My Baby” is available to watch here. 2019 will also soon see the release of the pair’s next single, ‘Just One Lifetime’.
Sting and Shaggy will be joined on The 44/876 Tour by Sting’s longtime collaborators Dominic Miller (guitar), Josh Freese (drums) and Rufus Miller (guitar), as well as Shaggy’s band members Melissa Musique (backing vocals), Gene Noble (backing vocals) and Kevon Webster (keyboards).
Tickets are on sale this Friday February 15th at 9am. Members of the artist fan clubs will have the opportunity to access tickets starting February 12th at 9am until February 13th at 5pm by visiting http://www.sting.com.
STING & SHAGGY’S 44/876 2019 U.K. TOUR DATES:
19 May 2019 London, U.K. Roundhouse
22 May 2019 Newcastle, U.K. O2 Academy Newcastle
24 May 2019 Birmingham, U.K. O2 Academy Birmingham
25 May 2019 Manchester, U.K. O2 Apollo Manchester
The tour is produced by Cherrytree Management and RZO Entertainment and promoted by Live Nation Global Touring in association with Solo.
European Tour Acclaim
”The Police frontman and the Jamaican hitmaker together for an irresistible sold out concert” – Rolling Stone Italy (Verona, Italy)
“It should be noted that the mix of some of their pieces is just awesome. The mix is perfect. For example, there will be a mixture of Roxanne and Boombastic just explosive.” – Concert and Co. (Nîmes, France)
“Top of the league, exciting experiments, not a minute of boredom.” – Reutlinger General-Anzeiger (Salem, Germany)
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