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Published: 2013/11/05

Paul Simon and Sting Reveal Joint Tour Dates

Yesterday, the news broke that Paul Simon and Sting would be embarking on a joint tour this winter. Today we can reveal the dates of that 18-stop outing, which will take the duo across North America. Pre-sale tickets for the shows will be available tomorrow, November 6 via both Simon and Sting’s websites, while public on sale will begin on Tuesday, November 12.

Simon and Sting were inspired to tour together following a benefit show for the Robin Hood Foundation back in May, which saw the duo join forces on acoustic versions of “The Boxer” and “Fields of Gold.” Pre-sale tickets for the shows will be available tomorrow, November 6 via both artists’ websites, while general public on sale will begin on Tuesday, November 12.

Paul Simon and Sting Tour Dates

February 8 Houston, TX—Toyota Center
February 9 Dallas, TX—American Airlines Center
February 11 Denver, CO—Pepsi Center
February 15 Los Angeles, CA—The Forum
February 17 San Jose, CA—SAP Center at San Jose
February 19 Seattle, WA—Key Arena
February 20 Vancouver, BC—Rogers Arena
February 23 St. Paul, MN—Xcel Energy Center
February 25 Chicago, IL—United Center
February 26 Detroit, MI—The Palace of Auburn Hills
February 28 Montreal, QC—Bell Centre
March 1 Toronto, ON—Air Canada Centre
March 4 New York, NY—Madison Square Garden
March 7 Philadelphia, PA—Wells Fargo Center
March 9 Hershey, PA—Giant Center
March 13 Washington, DC—Verizon Center
March 15 Ft. Lauderdale, FL—BB&T Center
March 16 Orlando, FL—Amway Center


There are 11 comments associated with this post

Brian November 5, 2013, 14:50:56

I love the irony that these concerts featuring $250 tickets were inspired by their performance together at a Robin Hood Foundation fundraiser. Perhaps someone should inform the two gentlemen that Robin Hood stole from rich and gave to the poor, not the other way around.

Cloudy Knight November 5, 2013, 15:06:20

They’re stealing from the rich (who else could afford to see their show?) and keeping it for themselves. They’ve got plenty of money now, so perhaps they’ll be giving this money to the poor, i.e. their children. Those kids probably don’t have any money of their own after all.

robert November 5, 2013, 15:12:12

Crazy they skip the music cities like nashville, memphis, and atlanta. no st louis, cincy, louisville, or anything in south east.

Clive Bigsby November 5, 2013, 16:09:26

How did I know that I wouldn’t see any Carolina dates. Tickets are probably way too expensive anyways. Bummer.

KB November 5, 2013, 17:33:36

Funny that y’all already mentioned no South East dates. I knew it before I looked at them too. It seems lots of bands choose not to play in the south, which is frustrating. If you respond to this and say, there are Florida dates, you should already know, Florida isn’t the south.

Len November 5, 2013, 19:34:56

Glad they are not playing Boston since I could not afford the tickets anyway but how do you not play Boston? I can’t stand these stupid double bills where you may like one person but not the other and ticket prices are are ridiculous.

john miller November 5, 2013, 20:49:43

You folks should try living in West Virginia.The only shows we seem to get are the Toby Keith type.This state is a wasteland music wise

mccordo November 6, 2013, 10:08:20

Most of Florida is indeed part of the South. Ironically enough, South Florida is not part of the South.

tellsemlikeIsmellsem!!!!!!! November 6, 2013, 11:40:58

Presale code for san jose anyone?

well November 6, 2013, 12:20:41

They do have tickets for $45 plus fees. Quit the complaining.

tellsemlikeIsmellsem!!!!!!! November 6, 2013, 15:35:04

@ john miller^ culturally a toothless wasteland too… good place to get moonshine made in possum dens though… don’t f w/ terra alta….

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