The fan club-only show scheduled for April 28 at the Apollo features his hits as well as Police classics reimagined for a symphony orchestra.

Let’s talk about the ticket situation. Tickets are priced at $75 but if VIP is the only way you’ll roll, $150 gets you one seat within the first 10 rows and admission to a pre-show cocktail reception in the Apollo Theater’s Soundstage room. Tickets and VIP packages go on sale to Sting fan club legacy members April 8 at noon and to the rest of the fan club at 1 p.m. All times EDT. Not a member? There’s still time to rectify that omission in your life via Sting’s website.

But wait, there’s more. More Sting, that is.

Sting’s Live In Berlin DVD airs on HDNet Concerts April 10 at 8 p.m. EDT. Featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Steven Mercurio, the show gives you an excellent peek into the Symphonicity tour and includes unreleased material as well as symphonic versions of such Police tunes as “Roxanne,” “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” and “King Of Pain” plus songs from his solo career including “Englishman In New York,” “Russians” and “Why Should I Cry For You.”

Click here for more information about HDNet Concerts and here for Sting’s website.