imageThe group’s first series of reunion rehearsals in Vancouver were somewhat shaky, however things should run smoothly for tomorrow. The band will use two stages on tour — one for hockey arenas, one for outdoor stadiums like Commonwealth. The stage looks simple, however it is said it features technological master pieces. 39 semi-trailer trucks will be needed to haul the gear from city to city. On top, it’s just a plain oval platform on which there are two amps and a drum set. Underneath, inside the stage, is the hive of technology. The stage can be seen in this video (at 17:02).
Source: Stewart Copeland himself 🙂

According to Billboard, The Police tour – which starts Monday in Vancouver, B.C. – already has taken in $102 million on 900,000 ticket sales domestically and another $66 million on 650,000 tickets overseas.

Following songs are most likely to be played during the first fans-only Vancouver gig tomorrow evening:
Voices / When The World Is Running Down
Message In A Bottle
Driven to Tears
Walking on the Moon
Synchronicity II
Don’t Stand So Close To Me
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Walking In Your Footsteps
Tea in the Sahara
Demolition Man
De Do Do Do De Da Da Da
Murder by Numbers
Spirits In The Material World
Wrapped Around Your Finger
Invisible Sun
Bed’s Too Big Without You
One World
Bring On The Night
King of Pain
Shadows in the Rain
So Lonely
Every Breath You Take
Truth Hits Everybody
Next to You
Can’t Stand Losing You

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