Sting Announces Malahide Show As Part Of My Songs Tour


Sting has announced a special ‘My Songs’ concert, which will take place at Dublin’s Malahide Castle on June 28.

Tickets for June’s show are available now. Get your hands on them here. Sting will be supported on stage by Blondie.

Sting had recently performed at Wheatland, CA in the USA as part of this tour.

The setlist was as follows.

  1. Message in a Bottle
  2. Englishman in New York
  3. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
  4. If You Love Somebody Set Them Free
  5. Loving You
  6. Rushing Water
  7. If I Ever Lose My Faith in You
  8. Fields of Gold
  9. Brand New Day
  10. I Hung My Head
  11. Shape of My Heart
  12. Heavy Cloud No Rain
  13. What Could Have Been
  14. Mad About You
  15. Walking on the Moon
  16. So Lonely
  17. Desert Rose
  18. King of Pain
  19. Every Breath You Take
  20. Roxanne
  21. Fragile

Check out the tour dates from this tour below.

JUNE 2023

  • 24 – Bedford, Bedford Park Concerts
  • 25 – Scarborough, Open Air Theatre
  • 28 – Malahide Castle, Dublin
  • 30 – Lancashire, Lytham Festival

JULY 2023

  • 2 – Cardiff, Cardiff Castle
  • 4 – Halifax, The Piece Hall

Sting had announced these dates as part of his tour last November. More on this here.

Diddy To Pay $5,000 To Sting For The Rest Of His Life

Earlier this month, it had also emerged that US rapper Diddy has been paying Sting alomost $5,000 for almost three decades.

This hefty price came about following the release of his 1997 hit ‘I’ll Be Missing You’, which was sampled on the Police’s hit ‘Every Breath You Take’ without Sting’s permission.

Sting had confirmed this in an interview The Breakfast Club in 2018, where he was asked “Is it true that Diddy has to pay you USD $2,000 (£1,608) because he didn’t ask permission to sample ‘Every Breath You Take’?”.

“Yep, for the rest of his life”, Sting replied.

Taking to Twitter, Diddy corrected Sting, claiming that he pays the English singer $5,000 a day.

“Nope. 5K a day”, the rapper also tweeted. “Love to my brother @OfficialSting!”. 

The song itself was released by Diddy, as a tribute to his friend and fellow rapper Christopher “‘The Notorious B.I.G’ Wallace, who was fatally shot dead in 1997.

More on this from Nova here.