Sting will headline the grand opening event of Mark Cuban’s new Dallas concert venue, The Echo Lounge & Music Hall.
The venue, a partnership with Live Nation, is located in the Design District. It was originally referred to as The HiFi and was supposed to open in August. But in October, the club was renamed because of a “trademark issue,” Cuban told The Dallas Morning News.
Sting is playing at the club, which has a capacity of 1,000, Dec. 14. Tickets go on sale Dec. 3 at 10 a.m. Joe Sumner, Sting’s son, will also be there.
“I’m super excited for the opening of the Echo Lounge & Music Hall,” Cuban said in an October news release. “This takes the Design District to the next level in its move towards being an entertainment destination. And, with the tunnel between the American Airlines Center side and Design District side of the highway being finished, it will be an exciting post game place to have fun and see live shows.”
Sting, originally from Wallsend, England, is a 17-time Grammy Award winner who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.
The Echo Lounge & Music Hall is located at 1323 N. Stemmons.