Sting onboard with "Celebrating David Bowie" in Los Angeles.

Sting onboard with "Celebrating David Bowie" in Los Angeles.

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Global superstar Sting has been added to the already all-star cast of musicians paying their respects to David Bowie on January 24 (second night added) at The Wiltern in Los Angeles. “Celebrating David Bowie”—a one-time global concert series taking place in London, New York, Tokyo and Sydney celebrating the life and music of the late icon—will also feature longtime Bowie collaborators including Mike Garson, Adrian Belew, Earl Slick, members of David’s last two touring bands, and many more. You can find more info by clicking here.

These musicians represent a collaborative body that has worked with Bowie for most of his career, from the iconic “Ziggy Stardust” tour to his final “A Reality” tour. Sting and Bowie were close friends, with Sting adding “Celebrating David Bowie” to his previous tribute to the “Blackstar” singer when he reopened Paris’ Bataclan Theatre in November of 2016. The show will be a once and lifetime opportunity to hear Bowie’s music played by the musicians who helped create it, as this may be the last chance to see these amazing musicians all on stage together.

“Celebrating David Bowie” New York will be taking place on January 10 (the one-year anniversary of his death) at Terminal 5. Click here for tickets.

Sting will also be performing at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie on February 20 for his “57th & 9th” tour. Click here for tickets.