Gala Concert:
An Intimate Evening with TFO & Sting

Gala concert tickets go on sale exclusively to Florida Orchestra subscribers on Mon, Sept 25. 
On sale to general public Oct 2.

Going all out for its 50th anniversary, The Florida Orchestra will feature a performance by world-renowned musician Sting at its gala concert on Saturday, December 9, 2017, at the Mahaffey Theater, under the baton of Music Director Michael Francis.

In a concert like no other in Tampa Bay, “An Intimate Evening with The Florida Orchestra and Sting” puts the iconic rock star and former frontman of The Police at center stage, but it will not be your typical rock show. Joined by a 3-piece band with music supervised by Rob Mathes (Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Renée Fleming, and more), expect 90 minutes of the 16-time Grammy winner’s most celebrated hits re-imagined and arranged for an orchestra, including Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic, Englishman In New York, Roxanne, Every Breath You Take and Fields Of Gold, among many others. Some arrangements are from Sting’s widely acclaimed Symphonicities album.

All proceeds support TFO’s high standard of artistic excellence as well as growing education and community programs, including free hospital, park, museum, youth concerts and more throughout Tampa Bay.

Gala concert tickets go on sale exclusively to Florida Orchestra subscribers on Monday, September 25. Subscribe today and be first in line for this exclusive concert.

Gala package reservations are on sale now at 727.362.5424 or email

Sat, Dec 9, 7pm, Mahaffey Theater
Tickets: $75, $100, $150, $250 and $375 with select premium seats at $450
Concert tickets do not include gala reception or dinner.

On sale to general public October 2.

To order your subscription today, click here or call 727.892.3337 or 1.800.662.7286.

This season’s 50th anniversary gala concert is generously sponsored by Schmidt Investments of South Florida.

Saturday, December 9, 2017 at 7:00pm – St Petersburg, Mahaffey Theater (MAH)

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