Cherrytree Management and Live Nation have confirmed that Sting will perform at the Usana Amphitheatre in Utah on August 31 for a very special, one-night-only appearance, accompanied by the Utah Symphony.

All proceeds from the concert will go to the Zion Forever Project to benefit Zion National Park as part of the Park’s centennial celebration.

Drawing from a diverse and illustrious career that has produced numerous multi-platinum albums, a staggering list of number one songs, countless accolades and worldwide record sales of nearly 100 million, this concert, conducted by Rob Mathes, finds Sting performing his greatest hits re-imagined for symphonic arrangement. Selections will include fan-favorites such as “Roxanne,” “Next To You,” “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” and “Every Breath You Take,” to notable songs from Sting’s enduring solo career – “Englishman in New York,” “Fragile,” “If I Ever Lose My Faith in You,” “Fields of Gold,” and “Desert Rose.”
Tickets go on sale Friday, February 15th at 10:00 am at all Smith’s Tix locations, www.smithstix.com or by phone at 800-888-TIXX. Members of Sting’s Fan Club will have the opportunity to access tickets in select markets by visiting www.sting.com.

After a successful in 2017 of Zion Forever Project, the official nonprofit partner of Zion National Park continues to fund and complete projects that are top priority to the park. The momentum behind the Forever Project has incited funding, partnerships and community support from organizations and park enthusiasts throughout the state and beyond – reflecting the Zion Forever Project’s main objective of uniting Park, community, and state partners to leverage resources to address visitation and park protection issues.

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