The Police - Concert information

Updated: June 9, 2007

07-06-2007 / Seattle, WA / Key Arena / USA
Message In A Bottle - Synchronicity II - Spirits In The Material World - Voices Inside My Head/ When The World Is Running Down - Don't Stand So Close To Me - Driven To Tears - Walking On The Moon - Truth Hits Everybody - Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic - Wrapped Around Your Finger - The Bed's Too Big Without You - De Do Do Do De Da Da Da - Invisible Sun - Walking In Your Footsteps - Can't Stand Losing You - Roxanne ** King Of Pain - So Lonely ** Every Breath You Take - Next To You
Setlist same as: 06-06-2007, but Murder By Numbers was omitted.
Support act: Fiction Plane.
Attendance: -.
The band made a few mistakes during Driven To Tears. Andy got a glare from Sting.
Most likely due to the ongoing problems with Andy's Telecaster he stuck to the Strat tonight and they skipped Murder by Numbers.
Before Every Breath You Take someone threw a fake flower on the stage. Sting picked it up, walked it over to Andy, who threw it at Stewart. By the time it got to Stewart it was bent over, and he made a sad face.
Before Next to You Stewart ran to Andy's side of the stage and asked the technician for a guitar, as he wanted to play it for that song. After a few seconds he said "Just kidding".
Sting kidded the audience about being in Washington DC instead of Washington state.
Sting closed the show by saying:"Thank you Seattle! We will see you again!

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