Sting is planning to continue celebrating his 25th anniversary as a solo artist throughout the fall. The former Police frontman has announced plans for his "Back To Bass Tour." He'll be visiting theaters on this trek to offer intimate, stripped down performances of his biggest hits.  Sting's set lists will span his solo career, which began with his 1985 effort "The Dream of the Blue Turtles."  However, he'll also treat fans to his own renditions of some of The Police's best-known tracks.  The rocker will be accompanied by a five-piece band including two guitarists, a drummer, an electric fiddle player, and a second vocalist.  Sting's "Back To Bass Tour" kicks off in Boston on October 21st.  The tour will follow the all-star benefit concert "Sting: 25 Years - 60th Birthday Celebration," which is set for New York City on October 1st.
On November 6, Sting will be in Detroit at the Fox Theater - tickets on sale September 26th at 10:00 a.m.