Sting [Police] Draws Thousands to Chicago's Uptown Neighborhood
March 3, 2017 - Aragon Ballroom
Story by: Jenafur Schlangen - Adams
Photos by: Coren McLeod
It is widely known among the locals in Chicago that the neighborhood of Uptown has had its fair share of police presence over the past few years. However, this time, the gathering of the masses was solely to catch a rare performance of former Police frontman, Sting at the Aragon Ballroom, on March 3.
Cleary a concert event that may have normally taken place at the United Center [Arena], Sting's
complete with the introduction and performance of Sting's own son, Joe Sumner. And, from that performance alone, it was very obvious that musical talent courses through this family's bloodline. It is worth noting that when not appearing with his father, Joe can be found rocking out with his own band, Fiction Plane. A band to definitely keep an eye out for in the very near future.
|The Last Bandoleros|
Literally, after only a few short minutes from the time the Last Bandoleros played their last song,
There is no doubt that Sting is a performer who has topped the bucket list of millions of concert goers. And, for those lucky 5,000 on March 3rd in Chicago, I was definitely grateful to have been one of them. What a show!
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