The Police - Concert information

[Updated: August 12, 2001]

15-12-1983 / Leeds / Queenshall / UK
Support act: The Belle Stars.
Attendance: 7,000.
Before Walking On The Moon: "I like this gig. There is something very real about it. It's uncomfortable, it's sweaty, the sound isn't too good, but it's still a gig. Right?".
Before O My God: "Is somebody spitting out there? Some [?] spitting on the stage. Why don't you go home and get your nappies changed. You stupid little cunt".
Before Invisible Sun: "Is anybody here from Hunsworth? [a few people in the crowd cheered]. I lived there".
During Can't Stand Losing You Sting sang a part of an old Yorkshire folksong, called On Ilkley Moor.

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