Sting to headline New Years Eve Weekend at Atlantis Paradise Island...

October 19, 2017

Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas is ringing in 2018 with a special New Year’s Eve performance by iconic musician, Sting, as part of the Atlantis LIVE Concert series, which provides guests with an all-access pass to top entertainers in the comfort of an intimate setting.  

World-renowned musician Sting will lead resort guests into the New Year with a special concert performance on December 31, 2017. A winner of 16 Grammy Awards, an Emmy and Golden Globe, Sting initially rose to fame as a member of legendary rock group The Police. Following a successful run with The Police, with hits ranging from “Every Breath You Take” to “Roxanne,” Sting ventured out into the solo world, becoming one of the top global artists. Guests of the show can expect to see Sting perform a variety of hits from both his Police tenure and years as a solo artist.  The show will take place in Atlantis’ Imperial Ballroom, beginning at 9 PM, with tickets starting at $225.  Tickets will include 2 hours of champagne, wine, beer and soft drinks.  

In addition to Sting, the weekend will also feature a special performance by R&B legends Kool & The Gang on Saturday, December 30, 2017. Guests can expect the two-time Grammy Award winning band to perform classics ranging from “Celebration” to “Ladies Night,” as well as songs from their latest album. The concert will begin at 9 PM in Atlantis’ Imperial Ballroom, with ticket prices starting at $100.

Ticket reservations can be made by calling 1-800-Atlantis or visiting  


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