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Plumb Club Guests Get Access to Sting Show During JCK Las Vegas

The event is by invitation only.

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Sting playing bass guitar and singing.
Sting will perform for Plumb Club guests at JCK Las Vegas.

JCK Las Vegas announced special access to the highly anticipated Las Vegas residency show Sting: My Songs. On Wednesday, June 3, a gala pre-show reception for Plumb Club guests will be followed by the 17-time Grammy Award-winning composer and singer-songwriter Sting’s new show.

Fans can enjoy his work from the early days with The Police to his more recent projects. During his career, he’s sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, with hits including “Every Breath You Take,” “Roxanne,” “Fields of Gold” and “If I Ever Lose My Faith In You.”

This special night is one of several unique experiences The Plumb Club hosts as part of its Plumb Club Pavilion during JCK Las Vegas taking place at the Sands Expo & The Venetian.

The event is by invitation only. If interested in attending, contact one of your Plumb Club suppliers. To learn more about The Plumb Club and its events, visit plumbclub.com.

Registration for JCK Las Vegas is now open. Visit jcklasvegas2020.com to register and book your travel!

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