09.26.07 The Police to play Rio's Maracana Stadium, Dec 8

We are delighted to confirm a new show in Brazil at Rio De Janeiro's Maracana Stadium on December 8...

Dec 8 Maracana Stadium, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

On sale information for this concert will be announced shortly.


01 Dec River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina
02 Dec River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina
05 Dec Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile
08 Dec Maracana Stadium, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
17 Jan Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand
19 Jan Western Springs, Auckland, New Zealand
22 Jan Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia
24 Jan Telstra Stadium, Sydney, Australia
26 Jan Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia
28 Jan AAMI Stadium, Adelaide, Australia
01 Feb Members Equity Stadium, Perth

Stay tuned to ThePolice.com Tickets page for more info.
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