Sting's world tour will stop at the Fillmore Miami Beach.
Sting's world tour will stop at the Fillmore Miami Beach.

Sting Is Coming to the Fillmore Miami Beach

Sexual demigod and certified seducer of mothers Sting has been busy lately. The 65-year-old singer helped to reopen Paris' Bataclan this past Saturday in an emotional concert. Last week, he released his 12th studio album, 57th & 9th, his first original full-length release in more than a decade. And this morning, he announced an upcoming international tour.

Sting will perform at the Fillmore Miami Beach Saturday, February 25, and it should be among the tour's more intimate shows in comparison to a few of his larger arena gigs. Sting was supposed to appear at the Fillmore in November 2015 as part of a tribute to Miami legend Sam Moore, but sadly the show was postponed and never came to fruition.

On the upcoming tour, Sting will be joined by a three-piece band consisting of his longtime guitarist, Dominic Miller, Josh Freese on drums, and Rufus Miller on guitar. San Antonio's the Last Bandoleros will open the show in Miami.

General-admission tickets for the 57th & 9th Tour go on sale Monday, November 21, at 10 a.m. via, and prices range from $99 to $150.

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