Sep 252011

Sting Tickets Oakdale Theatre, Wallingford, CT

Sting Tickets

Sting is performing live at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford CT on 10/24/11.

Sting will bring his “Back to Bass” tour to the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT on Monday, October 24th.  His thousands of fans in Wallingford will be thrilled with Sting’s amazing performance in honor of his 25 years as a soloist.  Sting turns 60 years old this year.  Who would have ever guessed he was practically a senior citizen since he still has boyish good looks.  Sting is also in the best physical shape because  he takes good care of himself.   Sting’s specialty is performing at small venues that provide an intimate setting.  He is also well known as the original lead singer from the legendary band, Police.

Sting fans in Wallingford can expect to hear  music that comes from his long career as a successful solo performer.  Some of Sting’s  most beloved works include “Roxanne” and “Desert Rose.”  Sting will captivate and entertain his audience like no other and his concerts are very unique and enjoyable.  He has fans around the globe and whenever he announces a live tour his fans come out of the woodwork and buy tickets at the speed of sound.

Another interesting bit of information, Sting is also celebrating his 60th birthday with a special concert in NYC at the Beacon Theatre.  It’s hard to believe that some of our most talented performers of the past are fast becoming senior citizens.  He looks tip-top for his age and still looks a fraction of his real age, so what’s his secret??!!  His 60th Birthday Party will be on Saturday, October 1st.

For more information regarding seating and times at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford on October 24th, check out the link below.  Use code BACKTOBASS and save 5% on any Sting concert tickets in 2011.

Sting Back to Bass Tour – Oakdale Theatre – Wallingford, CT 

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