Paul Simon & Sting kick off 'On Stage Together' tour

January 10, 2014
Sting & Paul Simon kicked off their On Stage Together tour last weekend in Houston.
The concert features two of music’s most iconic singer/songwriters blending their voices and their bands while performing their best-known songs both together and apart. With a set list of over 30 songs the audience was treated to some of the finest musicianship to appear on one stage.
The tour will continue for five weeks throughout North America with concerts in Los Angeles, Anaheim, San Jose, Seattle, Vancouver, St. Paul, Chicago, Detroit, Montreal, Toronto, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Hershey and Ft. Lauderdale before a final stop in Orlando on March 16, 2014. Complete tour itinerary follows.
As long-time friends, the concept for “On Stage Together” originated when both artists shared the stage at the Robin Hood Foundation benefit last year. As Sting expressed in the interview footage attached,  “there was an audible gasp” when they walked on stage together. And as Paul Simon noted, “...while we come from different places, by the time we performed together with a band it became a really interesting musical blend.”
When the tour was announced, Arthur Fogel, President-Global Touring and Chairman – Global Music Live Nation said the following: “We are thrilled to be bringing together these iconic artists. As individual artists, Paul and Sting have had a diverse and unique history, and I suspect the challenge for both of these prolific songwriters will indeed be narrowing down the song choices.”
The 30-plus song set features such favourites as “Boy In The Bubble,” “Fields of Gold,” “Driven To Tears,” “Mother & Child Reunion,” “Desert Rose,” “Every Breath You Take,” “The Boxer,” “Diamonds On The Soles of Her Shoes” and more.

Tickets for  “Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage Together” are on sale now at

On Stage Together is produced by Live Nation Global Touring.
North American Tour Itinerary 2014

Feb. 15              Los Angeles, CA           Forum
Feb. 16             Anaheim, CA                 Honda Center
Feb. 17              San Jose, CA                SAP Center at San Jose
Feb. 19              Seattle, WA                   KeyArena
Feb. 20              Vancouver, BC              Rogers Arena
Feb. 23              St. Paul, MN                 Xcel Energy Center
Feb. 25              Chicago, IL                   United Center
Feb. 26              Detroit, MI                     The Palace of Auburn Hills
Feb. 28              Montreal, QC                 Bell Centre
Mar. 01              Toronto, ON                  Air Canada Centre
Mar. 03               Boston, MA                  TD Garden
Mar. 04               New York City, NY         Madison Square Garden
Mar. 06               New York, City, NY        Madison Square Garden
Mar. 07               Philadelphia, PA            Wells Fargo Center
Mar. 09               Hershey, PA                  Giant Center
Mar. 13               Washington, DC            Verizon Center
Mar. 15               Ft. Lauderdale, FL         BB&T Center
Mar. 16               Orlando, FL                   Amway Center
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