10.11.07 Antwerp and Mannheim Shows - Refund Information...

Tour promoters announced today that they are unable to provide a definitive rescheduled date at this time. They will continue to look at all possibilities, however in fairness to fans of The Police who bought tickets to the performance in Antwerp (October 9th performance) and Mannheim (October 10th), they will be offering refunds.

In Antwerp:

Ticket holders may return tickets to Tele Ticket Service (more info: http://www.teleticketservice.com. All ticketbuyers will receive an e-mail or letter explaining how to obtain a refund.

In Mannheim:

Ticket holders, who had already bought tickets for the sold out show on October 10, will receive a full refund at the relevant box offices.

Please note for Mannheim: Fan club members please send your tickets to Eventim in order to receive a full refund:

Contrescarpe 75 A
D-28195 Bremen

01805 / 570 000

Ticketbuyers will receive a newsletter from Eventim, informing of the procedure.
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