07.07.07 Police Tour latest: New date confirmed for Mexico City on November 24...

24 Nov Foro Sol, Mexico City

The Police Tour Fan Club presale for this show will start Monday July 9 from 11am (local time). Head to ThePoliceTour.com Tickets at this time to purchase your tickets. The tickets will go on public sale on Friday July 13.


27 May GM Place, Vancouver BC (Fan Club)
28 May GM Place, Vancouver BC
30 May GM Place, Vancouver BC
02 Jun Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton AL
06 Jun Key Arena, Seattle WA
07 Jun Key Arena, Seattle WA
09 Jun Pepsi Center, Denver CO
10 Jun Pepsi Center, Denver CO
13 Jun McAfee Coliseum, Oakland CA
15 Jun MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas NV
16 Jun Bonnaroo Festival, Manchester, TN
18 Jun US Airways Arena, Phoenix AZ
20 Jun Staples Center, Los Angeles CA
21 Jun Honda Center, Anaheim CA
23 Jun Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles CA
26 Jun American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
27 Jun American Airlines Center, Dallas TX
29 Jun Toyota Center, Houston TX
30 Jun New Orleans Arena, New Orleans LA
02 Jul Scottrade Center, St. Louis MO
03 Jul Xcel Center, St. Paul MN
05 Jul Wrigley Field, Chicago IL
06 Jul Wrigley Field, Chicago IL
07 Jul Giants Stadium, East Rutherford NJ (Live Earth)
10 Jul Dolphin Stadium, Miami FL
11 Jul St Petersburg Times Forum, Tampa FL
14 Jul Churchill Downs, Louisville KY
16 Jul Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland OH
17 Jul Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit MI
19 Jul Citizen's Bank Park, Philadelphia PA
20 Jul Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey PA
22 Jul Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
23 Jul Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
25 Jul Bell Centre, Montreal, PQ
26 Jul Bell Centre, Montreal, PQ
28 Jul Fenway Park, Boston, MA
29 Jul Fenway Park, Boston MA
31 Jul Rentschler Field, Hartford CT
01 Aug Madison Square Garden, New York NY
03 Aug Madison Square Garden, New York NY
05 Aug Giants Stadium, East Rutherford NJ
31 Oct Madison Square Garden, New York NY
03 Nov Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ
08 Nov Air Canada Centre, Toronto ON
11 Nov TD BankNorth Garden, Boston MA
17 Nov Philips Arena, Atlanta GA
24 Nov Foro Sol, Mexico City

Important Fan Club Sale Instructions

Our fan club sale system will generate your fan club sale passcode for you when the shows go live. You will not get a passcode before the fan club sales start. We strongly advise that you carefully review the instructions on how to participate in the fan club presales before they start. View these instructions at Ticket Presale Guidance.

Please note that the Police Tour Fan Club is not just a ticket club. Joining the Fan Club is not a promise that you will be able to get tickets to a show.

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Additional cities and venues to be announced soon. Stay tuned to ThePoliceTour.com Tickets page for more info.
The August issue of the UK music magazine Mojo is a must have for all Police fans, as highly respected journalist Phil Sutcliffe - yes that Phil Sutcliffe - joined The Police as they started their world tour in Vancouver, and commits to print a close to 10,000 word, 16 page history of the band's career...
Joy Rose's EP entitled 'Grace' has been released on iTunes and is currently available from the US and UK iTunes stores. The four track EP which was produced and co-written by Kipper features two versions of the title track - radio edit and full version, plus 'He Can Work It Out' and 'Just Believe'...
Who: The Police Where: Italy, March 1980 - The day before the tear-gas and gunfire in Reggio Emilia, scary Cramps guitarist Bryan Gregory, a sinister stick insect in black leather, walks up to me outside the Hotel Principe E Savoia, which The Police have commandeered as their Milan HQ, puts his mouth to my ear and whispers with husky intimacy: "Growl for me, Tiger..."
In 1983 they had claimed the mantle of The Beatles by playing New York's Shea Stadium. But as all three freely admit, their years as rock stars were also years of bitter conflict, sometimes to the point of fistfights backstage. "We would be playing arenas and feeling the love pour on to us," Stewart Copeland says. "And then you would come backstage, to the guys who mattered most, and feel the unlove." From the beginning they had been three disparate personalities. Copeland voluble and extroverted, Sting earnest and pensive, and Andy Summers happiest talking about chord changes and guitar gizmos. What connected them was the music - and that was what they fought over hardest of all...
Oh, the things that technology has wrought in the decades since the Police last toured. Advances in concert audio are doing wonders for Andy Summers' guitar tone. "I don't think I've ever had a guitar sound this good," he says. He also marvels at the "completely state-of-the-art show" that he and his two bandmates put on night after night. Then there's the Internet, which was germinating in government computer labs back when the Police stopped touring in 1984. Summers, 64, got a sense of that medium's power in May, after Police drummer Stewart Copeland used his personal Web site to critique the reunion run's second show...