Sting is touring in support of Symphonicity, his album featuring solo and Police songs re-imagined for symphony orchestras.

Continuing his quest for world domination, Sting’s Japan run begins Jan. 13 in Osaka at Chuo Gymnasium. Other dates include Jan. 14 in Nagoya at Aichi-ken Gymnasium and Jan. 17-18 in Tokyo at Budokan Hall. Accompanying Sting on the Japan dates will be the Tokyo New City Orchestra.

The Australia / NZ leg begins four days after Tokyo with Sting playing the Sandalford Margaret River Winery in Wilyabrup near Perth Jan. 22 followed by the Barossa Arts & Convention Centre in Tanunda near Adelaide Jan. 26. Other locales include Melbourne at Sidney Myer Music Bowl Jan. 28; Sydney’s Opera House Jan. 31-Feb. 1; Pokolbin’s Hope Estate Winery Feb. 5 and Brisbane’s Riverstage Feb. 7.

But wait, there’s more as Sting adds New Zealand stops in Christchurch at CBS Canterbury Arena Feb. 10 and Taradale at Mission Estate Winery Feb. 12.

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will back Sting in Wilyabrup, Tanunda and Melbourne while the Sydney Symphony does the honors in Sydney, Pokolbin and Brisbane. The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra will perform on the Christchurch and Taradale shows.

Fan club presales for Australia and New Zealand with the exception of the Taradale show begin Oct. 12 while fan club presales for Japan begin Oct. 13. General onsales being Oct. 22 for Australia / NZ and Oct. 30 for Japan. For more information, click here for Sting’s website.