Star Sighting: Sting and Steve Buscemi Attend Absinthe

Sting is getting ready to open his residency at Caesars this weekend

Las Vegas headliner Sting took in one of Vegas’s most iconic shows before beginning his own residency on the strip, and he wasn’t the only famous face in the crowd. The Grammy winner was joined by Emmy winning actor Steve Buscemi. Did they attend together or was it a Vegas coincidence, we won’t tell (mostly because we don’t know). 

 Photo Credit Joseph Rivera/Spiegelworld

What we do know is that both men took in the 8 p.m. performance at Caesars Palace. When the show was done the two took pics, separately, with The Gazillionaire backstage.

STING: THE LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY

Sting is kicking off his Vegas residency at Caesars Palace this Friday the 29th. Titled “My Songs: The Las Vegas Residency,” the show will no doubt have many of his biggest hits, the man has won 17 Grammys after all. 

Photo Credit Martin Kierszenbaum

The first run of his show will have him planting Desert Roses in Vegas through November 13. He will ensure more fields of gold when he returns for his second stint in the summer from June 3 – 18. In between the former Police frontman will head overseas and tour in support of his latest album, The Bridge. It will drop on November 19, just days after he wraps the first set of Vegas shows. 

Throughout his career, Sting has sold close to 100 million albums from his combined work with The Police and as a solo artist. 

Tickets for “My Songs: The Las Vegas Residency are on sale right now at www.ticketmaster.com/stingvegas. There are special VIP packages available for those who don’t want to wait in line and are guaranteed early access. 

STEVE ‘I’M IN EVERYTHING’ BUSCEMI

It would be easier for us to list the movies that Steve Buscemi isn’t in than the movies that he is. C’mon the man has over 160 acting credits to his name. He is a pop culture favorite with roles in Reservoir Dogs, Fargo and my personal favorite 30 Rock. Regardless, he certainly wasn’t working on Tuesday night when he attended Absinthe. Though, it would not at all shock us if he was researching for a role similar to that of the Gazillionaire. 

Photo Credit Joseph Rivera/Spiegelworld

Up next for Buscemi is a role that takes him out from in front of the camera to behind the mic in a recording studio. He lends his voice to the character of Wayne in Hotel Transylvania: Transformania which is due out next year. 

Absinthe is the show that has repeatedly been voted as the #1 show in Las Vegas. For more info on Absinthe you can get all the details including showtimes and ticket information at  Spiegelworld.com. The makers behind Absinthe are also the same folks as Atomic Saloon at the Venetian and Opium at the Cosmopolitan.

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