Sting And Peter Gabriel Join Voices For Month-Long Co-Headlining Tour

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Legendary musicians Sting and Peter Gabriel have joined together for a Co-Headlining tour that will kick off in Ohio on June 21, and will last for one month only. The upcoming 2016 Rock Paper Scissors Tour will be a special treat for fans of both artists. On top of their own hits, the two will trade music and cover each other’s songs on stage, both separately and together. Tickets to see Sting and Peter Gabriel are on sale now and, as expected, are in high demand.

The secondary market is already overwhelmed with tickets for the Rock Paper Scissors Tour and according to the data provided by TiqIQ, the average price currently stands at $320.22. The pair will be making stop at arenas across the country including the United Center in Chicago, Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, and Madison Square Garden in New York City.

With 19 dates to choose from across the tour route, some of the lowest get in rates include stops on June 23 in Washington, DC at the Verizon Center for $66, and June 29 in Toronto for $70 at Air Canada Centre. The average price for a ticket at the kick off show in Columbus, Ohio at the Nationwide Arena comes in at an average of  $418.80, and the lowest get in price at $93. Affordable flights and hotels for Columbus can be found at hipmunk.com, as well as deals for other stops the tour will land.

In 2014 while on the road with Paul Simon, Sting experimented with the trade off of songs and musicians, and the reaction was tremendous. The act of pulling immense talent together to perform the hits we already love turns your everyday tour from a concert, into an experience. Sting and Peter Gabriel last hit the road together back in the eighties, and it is safe to say when they take the stage again in June, the Rock Paper Scissors tour will be one of the most talked about collaborations of the season.

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