Sting - Concert information

[Updated: August 12, 2001]

13-02-1991 / Chicago, IL / Arie Crown Theatre / USA
All This Time - Mad About You - Jeremiah Blues (Part 1) - Why Should I Cry For You - Ain't No Sunshine - I Miss You Kate - Roxanne - Bring On The Night/ When The World Is Running Down - Fortress Around Your Heart - Island Of Souls/ The Wild Wild Sea/ The Soul Cages/ When The Angels Fall - Purple Haze - Message In A Bottle - Tea In The Sahara/ Walking On The Moon - Every Breath You Take - Fragile
Support act: Kennedy Rose, Vinx.
Capacity: 4,319.
"This is our second night at this great city of Chicago. I like this town. [..] This song is called I'm Mad About You".
"That was Ain't No Sunshine by the great, great, great, Bill Withers. Ain't No Sunshine, I wish I had written that. It's so selfish. [..] This song, it's not a song, it's an instrumental, so I get a rest. I wrote it for one of my daughters. I've three daughters, and it's called I Miss You Kate".
Op Sting's command: "Try this in G", Roxanne was started. The intro didn't sound faultlessly and Sting ordered the band to stop: "Wait. Wait". Sting turned to the right: "Dominic, one of us made a mistake there ... and it wasn't me I tell you. This bass played that song for fifteen years. It can't make a mistake. We'll start again. Sorry".

I believe the information on this page is pretty accurate, but please contact me when you found any errors or when you have any additional information about this show.
Also let me know when you have any kind of memorabilia (concert tickets, flyers. concert posters, photos and reviews).
Have you ever attended a concert of The Police, Sting, Andy Summers or Stewart Copeland? Please send me the information and thereby help to enlarge the Concert Achive.

[Home] [What's new] [Latest news] [My collection] [Concert Archive] [Discography] [The Police bootlegs] [Sting bootlegs] [Interviews & articles] [Links] [Photos]

Rogier's Police Page
Rogier van der Gugten, Utrecht, 2002