For two extra special "one night only" nights, two iconic, Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famers come together for a huge co-headline event! Billy Joel and Sting will share the bill together for the first time ever, first in February at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium and the second in PETCO Park in San Diego. With a purported 240 million combined record sales, the artists are two of the most popular figures in modern music and these two shows are set to be a huge occasion in music history!
One of the highest-grossing touring artists in the world, Joel is currently in the middle of a Madison Square Garden series of monthly concerts, which has been extended numerous times due to huge demand. Among the cabinet full of awards that he's won over the years are six Grammys, a Kennedy Center Honor and the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. His vast catalog of hits ranges from the upbeat pop of 'Uptown Girl' and 'Allentown' to the smoky late-night 'Piano Man' and the anthemic 'New York State of Mind'.
Rising to international attention as the enigmatic, sharp cheek-boned frontman, bass guitarist and primary songwriter of iconic British rock outfit The Police, Sting broke away at the height of their popularity to bolster his own solo career with his gravel-toned croon in 1984. The solo gambit paid off and over the course of a career spanning three decades, the legendary performer has acquired 17 Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe and an Emmy, sold over 100 million records and penned some of pop's most memorable tunes including Englishman In New York, Roxanne and Message In A Bottle.