The rock trio the Police announced their first tour in decades Monday Feb 12th at a rehearsal at the Whisky a Go-Go.
It's official. Rock trio The Police, who broke up in 1984, made it official Monday Feb 12th at a rehearsal at the Whisky a Go-Go by announcing their first tour in decades.
The Police, whose members are Sting, Andy Summers, and Stewart Copeland, have officially put on the green light for their 2007 reunion tour. It begins May 28th in Vancouver, British Columbia, moving to Europe in September and October, then re-crossing the Atlantic.
The first U.S. stop on the tour is Seattle with the other confirmed cities including New York, Boston, Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, New Orleans, St. Louis, Toronto and Montreal. After all, the Police will headline the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee in June.
Tickets for the North American leg will range from $50 to $225 with a portion of proceeds will go to WaterAid, an anti-poverty organization that seeks to provide poor people access to safe water.