06.29.07 Have you got your Police widget yet?


A widget is a small application that runs either on your desktop or in a Web page. The Police widget displays a calendar and the tour dates (European dates will be added next week).

Help get the word out about The Police tour! Show you're a fan by adding The Police widget to your site - e.g. MySpace, Facebook, Blogger or any web page you create.

To get the Police widgit visit www.thepolice.com/eventswidget/ and click the 'Grab It!' button on the widget and save it to your social network site or blog (or copy the widget code into your site's HTML code).

If you want to learn more about widgits visit www.widgipedia.com/.
The Police Tour Fan Club is delighted to confirm a further show on the European leg of the world tour in Geneva, Switzerland on September 16. The show will go on presale to Fan Club members on Thursday, June 28 at 10am (local time)...
Charge the Police's reunion tour, steaming through SoCal for three shows, with failing to live up to expectations. Boy, the air really flew out of the Police bubble fast, didn't it? Granted, it was a big bubble. Once the bombshell dropped that the formerly fractious trio - Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland - were back together, its fallout almost instantly expanded to epic proportions. Dates at arenas and stadiums nationwide sold out faster than you can say sold out. Before the tour even began it was well on its way to becoming the highest grossing outing of 2007...
06.20.07FOX 411
Things have changed in the world of rock 'n' roll circa 2007. After The Police played possibly the most sold-out show ever in the history of Los Angeles' Staples Center on Wednesday night, Sting disappeared from the backstage after-party into an ante room. "He's probably with a groupie," joked Trudie Styler, his hotter-than-ever wife and companion of 25 years. Styler boogied through the show from her 11th-row floor seats in a sexy black clingy Azzedine Alaia dress and very un-domestic red pumps...
Everything seems gentlemanly and grown-up at Sting's Tuscan estate, five hundred feet above sea level, a half-hour's drive from the Italian museum-piece city of Florence. In a storey building converted into a studio, the Police members have been rehearsing for the past three weeks, following an initial stint in Canada, for their forthcoming world tour. The very existence of this in itself is a remarkable turn of events: The first time that the innovative and immensely successful trio of Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland has played together professionally in 23 years...
The Police Tour Fan Club is delighted to confirm a show in Atlanta on November 17. The Police Tour Fan Club presale for these shows will take place on Wednesday, June 20 from 10am (local time)...