Sting will be hitting the road next year in support of his just-released album, 57th & 9th. The announcement comes just days after he performed at the reopened Bataclan, the Paris venue where 89 people were killed in a terrorist attack a year ago.

More than three dozen shows have been announced for 2017, starting on Feb. 1 in Vancouver and wrapping up in mid April with a pair of dates in Paris. He'll be backed by a band made up of longtime guitarist Dominic Miller, drummer Josh Freese and rhythm guitarist Rufus Miller.

Sting was last on the road this past summer with Peter Gabriel, where the two veteran artists played hit-filled solo sets as well as a few songs together. The upcoming tour, which is hitting some smaller venues than ones Sting has typically played since he became a global star in the '80s with the Police, will feature songs from his new album. He's pointed out that 57th & 9th is his most rock-oriented set in years.

You can see the entire list of concert dates for Sting's 2017 tour below.

Sting 2017 Tour Dates
2/1 – Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
2/2 – Portland, OR - Theater of the Clouds at Moda Center
2/5 – San Francisco, CA - The Masonic
2/8 – Los Angeles, CA - Palladium
2/11 – Rancho Mirage, CA - Agua Caliente Casino
2/14 – Denver, CO - Fillmore Auditorium
2/16 – Kansas City, KS - Uptown Theater
2/17 – St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
2/19 – Austin, TX - ACL Live at The Moody Theater
2/20 – Dallas, TX - Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
2/22 – New Orleans, LA - UNO Lakefront Arena
2/23 – Houston, TX - Smart Financial Centre
2/25 – Miami, FL - Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
2/27 – Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle
2/28 – Nashville, TN - Municipal Auditorium
3/2 – Minneapolis, MN - The Myth
3/3 – Chicago, IL - Aragon Ballroom
3/5 – Toronto, ON - Rebel
3/6 – Montreal, QC - Metropolis
3/8 – Boston, MA - House of Blues
3/9 – Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun
3/11 – Philadelphia, PA - Fillmore
3/12 – Washington, DC - The Theater at MGM National Harbor
3/14 – New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom
3/21 – Barcelona, ES - Sant Jordi Club
3/23 – Milan, IT - Fabrique
3/25 – Hamburg, DE - Sporthalle
3/27 – Warsaw, PL - Torwar
3/29 – Stuttgart, DE - Porsche Arena
3/30 – Zurich, CH - Samsung Halle
4/1 – Luxembourg - Rockhal
4/2 – Brussels, BE - Forest National
4/4 – Dusseldorf, DE - Mitsubishi Electric Halle
4/5 – Amsterdam, NL - Heineken Music Hall
4/7 – Manchester, UK - Apollo
4/9 – London, UK - Eventim Apollo Hammersmith
4/12 – Paris, FR - Olympia
4/13 – Paris, FR - Olympia

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