10.12.07 Police Tour: Dusseldorf Gig Postponed...


LiveNation have today announced that The Police concert at the LTU Arena in Dusseldorf tomorrow, Saturday 13th October, has been postponed due to singer Sting's throat infection.

The announcement follows postponements in Antwerp and Mannheim earlier this week.

A rescheduling announcement will be made as soon as information is available.
Sting, Joni Mitchell, Chris Botti, Chaka Khan, Al Jarreau, George Benson, Nancy Wilson, Wayne Shorter, Terence Blanchard, Clark Terry, Roy Hargrove, George Duke and many others* will come together for a special tribute concert on Sunday, October 28th, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles to honor music legend Herbie Hancock...
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...
Live Nation announced today that The Police concert tonight at Sportpalais, Antwerp has been postponed due to the illness of lead singer Sting. The singer is suffering from a throat infection and doctors have advised him to rest. A further concert, scheduled for tomorrow Wednesday 10th October at SAP Arena in Mannheim has also been postponed. A rescheduling announcement will be made as soon as information is available...
The Police today announced that Fergie would join the band on their upcoming visit to New Zealand and Australia. Also, due to overwhelming demand, the band has confirmed additional shows in Perth and Adelaide, as well as a move to an indoor venue for both Adelaide concerts...
On Monday October 1, The Police received a French award for their contribution to the arts after playing two sell-out concerts to almost 160,000 people in Paris...