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The Police Reunion Tour
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Tour by The Police
Start date May 28, 2007
End date August 7, 2008
Legs 10
Shows 152
The Police tour chronology
A Conspiracy of Hope Tour
(1986)
Reunion Tour
(2007-2008)

The Police Reunion Tour was a 2007-2008 worldwide concert tour by The Police, marking the 30th anniversary of their beginnings. At its conclusion, the tour became the fourth highest grossing tour of all time, with revenues reaching over $340 million. The tour began in May 2007 to overwhelmingly positive reviews from fans and critics alike and ended in August 2008 with a final show at Madison Square Garden.

Contents

History

The Police performing at reunion news conference, 12 Feb 2007.

On January 24, 2007, Rock101, a radio station in Vancouver, British Columbia, reported that the trio was coming together again and had in fact begun tour rehearsals in Vancouver.[1] There were numerous sightings of the group and their entourage in the Vancouver area as expectation built of such a tour.[2]

The reunited Police performed at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards on February 11, 2007 in Los Angeles. On February 12, The Police held rehearsals and a press conference for the media at the Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles, where they confirmed that they would be undertaking the world tour starting in Vancouver in May.[3] It was also announced that the opening act for the North American and European legs of the tour would be Fiction Plane, a pop-rock band from England featuring lead singer and bass guitarist Joe Sumner, the son of Sting. In Philadelphia, Scottish rock band The Fratellis also joined Fiction Plane as an opening act. In addition, Maroon 5 joined the bill in Miami and Maxïmo Park joined The Police and Fiction Plane on the Twickenham dates, London. Tour sponsorship is from Best Buy. A portion of ticket sales is being donated to WaterAid.[4]

Since concert tickets went up for sale worldwide, some concert dates were sold out in just minutes. Tickets for the entire British tour, the band's first in 24 years, sold out within 30 minutes.[5] Worldwide, they have sold about 1.5m tickets with revenues reaching $168m.[6]

The Police and Best Buy announced August 4, 2008 that they would release a collector's set entitled The Police: Certifiable. The set will include an entire concert recorded live in Buenos Aires, Argentina on the tour. The set will come in the following packages: 2DVD/2CD, 1 Blu-Ray Disc/2CD, and 3 premium 180-gram vinyl LPs with MP3 file key. The set will include bonus footage, including a documentary shot by Copeland's son Jordan entitled Better Than Therapy. The set was released on October 7, 2008 from Best Buy.[7][8]

The tour is a finalist for the Billboard 2008 Touring Awards for Top Tour and Top Draw.[9] The 2008 portions came in fourth in Billboard's grosses rankings for that year.[10]

The show

The first concert was held in Vancouver on May 28, 2007 in front of 22,000 fans at one of two nearly sold-out shows. Opening with "Message in a Bottle," the band performed for roughly two hours, playing mostly chart hits with a smattering of other favourites popular among fans of The Police. While the Vancouver concerts received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics,[11][12] drummer Stewart Copeland in a forum posting (on his official site) called the band's May 30 performance "lame" and took humorous pokes at himself and his bandmates, calling one of Sting's song-ending leaps that of a "petulant pansy" and suggesting guitarist Andy Summers was "in Idaho" when he was half a bar out of sync with Copeland's drumming. In spite of these glitches, however, he said he was enjoying himself and after the set he and his bandmates fell into each other's arms backstage, laughing.[13]

Set List

The Police say good night to 22,000 Fans in GM Place on May 28th

North American I

Songs Changes
Message In A Bottle
Synchronicity II Not Played in Los Angeles (was played at Dodger Stadium), Seattle, nor in Saratoga Springs, NY
Spirits in the Material World Not played in Los Angeles, New York, Baltimore, East Hartford, Boston (Fenway or Garden shows), Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Chicago, St. Paul, Miami, Tampa, Louisville, Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia, Hershey, Toronto, Washington DC, Kansas City.
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me Switched with "Spirits" in Denver
Driven To Tears
Walking on the Moon Moved earlier and replaced "Spirits" in New York, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, St. Paul, Chicago, Tampa, Louisville, Boston, East Hartford, Detroit.
Truth Hits Everybody
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
The Bed's Too Big Without You Moved earlier and played before "Truth" in Houston, New Orleans, and St. Paul and played before "Every Little Thing..." in Boston. Not Played in Los Angeles (was played at Dodger Stadium).
Murder By Numbers Not played in New York, East Hartford, Boston, Oakland, Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Chicago, St. Paul, Miami, Tampa, Louisville, Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia, Hershey, Toronto, East Rutherford.
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Invisible Sun
Walking In Your Footsteps
Can't Stand Losing You / Reggatta De Blanc
Roxanne
Encore I
King of Pain
So Lonely
Stepped off stage at Edmonton, East Hartford, Oakland, Dallas, New Orleans, St. Paul, and Tampa here then came back on
Every Breath You Take
Encore II
Next To You / Dead End Job "Dead End Job" not played in New York, Boston, Chicago, East Rutherford & East Hartford, Atlanta (Nov 17). Both songs not played in Edmonton.

European I

Songs Changes
Message In A Bottle
Synchronicity II
Walking on the Moon
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me
Driven To Tears
Truth Hits Everybody
Hole In My Life (Note: not performed on North American I tour). Played before "Truth Hits Everybody" in Amsterdam, Antwerp and second Paris concert
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Invisible Sun
Walking In Your Footsteps
Can't Stand Losing You / Reggatta De Blanc
Roxanne Was not played in Antwerp because of voices problems of Sting
Encore I
King of Pain
So Lonely
Every Breath You Take
Encore II
Next To You / Dead End Job "Dead End Job" not played in Stockholm, Hamburg, Amsterdam, Paris, Antwerp and Cardiff. In Paris, former band member Henry Padovani joins the band for "Next to You"

North American II

Songs Changes
Message In A Bottle
Synchronicity II Not played in Montreal (Nov. 12)
Walking on the Moon
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me
Driven To Tears
Hole In My Life
Truth Hits Everybody
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Invisible Sun
Walking In Your Footsteps
Can't Stand Losing You/Reggatta De Blanc
Roxanne Not played in Boston (Nov. 11) and in Montreal (Nov. 12)
Encore I
King of Pain
So Lonely
Every Breath You Take
Encore II
Next To You

Latin American

Songs Changes
Message In A Bottle
Synchronicity II
Walking on the Moon
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me
Driven To Tears
Hole In My Life
Truth Hits Everybody
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Invisible Sun
Walking In Your Footsteps
Can't Stand Losing You/Reggatta De Blanc
Roxanne
Encore I
King of Pain
So Lonely
Every Breath You Take
Encore II
Next To You

Australia, New Zealand, Asia & Hawaii

Songs Changes
Message In A Bottle
Synchronicity II
Walking on the Moon
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me (Not played in Wellington. In Adelaide & Perth Fergie joins the band for Don't Stand So Close to Me)
Driven To Tears
Hole In My Life
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Invisible Sun
Walking In Your Footsteps (Not played in Wellington, Auckland, Brisbane, Hawaii)
Can't Stand Losing You/Reggatta De Blanc
Roxanne
Encore I
King of Pain
So Lonely
Every Breath You Take
Encore II
Next To You

North American III

Songs Changes
Bring on the Night
Demolition Man Played After Walking on the Moon in Chicago, Grand Rapids, Kansas City, West Palm Beach, Houston and Phoenix.
Synchronicity II Not Played in Chicago, Grand Rapids, Kansas City, West Palm Beach, Houston, Seattle, Orlando, Phoenix or San Diego.
Walking on the Moon
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me
Driven To Tears
Hole In My Life
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Message in a Bottle Played After Bring on the Night in Chicago, Grand Rapids, Kansas City, West Palm Beach, Houston, Orlando, Phoenix and San Diego.
Invisible Sun
Can't Stand Losing You/Reggatta De Blanc Last song of the main set in Buffalo, Columbus, Chicago, Hollywood, Houston, Orlando and San Diego.
Roxanne Played as the first encore song in Buffalo, Columbus, Chicago, Hollywood, Houston, Orlando and San Diego.
Encore I
King of Pain Left stage in Columbus, Encore II was started by the next song.
So Lonely
Every Breath You Take
Encore II
Next To You Done in Encore III in Columbus and in The Woodlands.

European II

(Based on Marseille, France show, June 3, 2008.)

Songs Changes
Message in a Bottle
Walking on the Moon
Demolition Man
Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me
Driven To Tears
Hole In My Life
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Invisible Sun
Can't Stand Losing You/Reggatta De Blanc
Encore I
Roxanne
King of Pain
So Lonely
Next to You
Encore II
Every Breath You Take

North American IV

(Based on the show at PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ on Aug 3, 2008)

Songs Changes
Sunshine of Your Love Played at Madison Square Garden show only.
Message in a Bottle Played with the New York Police Department Band at Madison Square Garden show.
Walking On the Moon
Demolition Man
Voices Inside My Head
When the World is Running Down
Don't Stand So Close to Me
Driven to Tears
Hole in My Life
Every Little Thing She Does is Magic Joined by Sting's daughters and Summers's sons at Madison Square Garden show.
Wrapped Around Your Finger
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da Started with Sting singing the chorus of "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" at Madison Square Garden and Jones Beach Theater shows.
Invisible Sun
Can't Stand Losing You
Encore I Between "Can't Stand Losing You" and "Roxanne", Sting shaves his beard off, and returns and plays part of "Purple Haze" at Madison Square Garden and Jones Beach Theater shows.
Roxanne
King Of Pain Featured Sting performing the "That's my soul up there" lyrics between the song's individual lines at Bonnaroo and Madison Square Garden show.
So Lonely Throughout the tour, the song's verse beginning with "Now no one's knocked upon my door" is repeated - the line "Welcome to this one-man show" is replaced the first time with "Welcome to 'The Andy Summers Show'", followed by "Welcome to 'The Stewart Copeland Show'" the second time. Andy Summers' guitar solo followed by a repeat of the chorus separates the two verses.
Down So Long (Intro) Teaser of the first verse only, segueing into "Every Breath You Take" at Madison Square Garden show.
Every Breath You Take
Encore II
Next to You

Stage design

The Police performing Roxanne on May 28, 2007 at GM Place, Vancouver

The stage setup for The Police was a simple split-level oval design, ringed with blue lights. Above the stage were seven LED screens—three in the front of the stage, one on each side and two in the rear. The setup was not used during the show in The Woodlands on May 20, 2008 due to the smaller stage at the venue. In Marseille, France on June 3, 2008, the screens were used but not the split-level oval stage setup.

The placement of the band members echoed that of previous tours, with Sting and his bass equipment located stage-right, with Andy Summers and his guitar pedals and amps on stage-left. Stewart Copeland was located in the center rear, seated behind his drum kit. Behind him on a platform that could be raised and lowered, was a percussion setup consisting of various timpanis, hanging rotosounds, tuned percussion kits, and digital xylophone centered by a 60" gong used on various songs.[14]

Musical changes

The Police had spent months in North Vancouver and Tuscany, Italy rehearsing and putting a new spin on the songs. "I think we've got a good mix now where the fans get the song they remember, and most of it will sound the way they remembered it. Just when they are enjoying that, they get a new twist. I think all three of us are pretty happy with the balance there" Stewart Copeland from the 2007-2008 Tour Program describing the new takes on the songs. They updated them, and wrote out all of the backing parts so the three of them can play them; though some backup instrumentals and vocals (either pre-recorded or performed by off-stage musicians).[15]

With some songs, the tempos were slowed down, most notably 'Don't Stand So Close to Me', which was slowed down to accent the powerful lyrics of the song. (However, this song proved problematic and the group gradually reverted back to an arrangement that was pretty close to the original release.) During the songs 'Wrapped Around Your Finger', 'Walking In Your Footsteps' and 'King of Pain' Stewart Copeland moved back and forth during the songs between his drumkit and the percussion setup on the elevated riser.

"The songs have to evolve. Twenty-odd years later we have to be better musicians than we were. So we've slowed it all down, looked at where we are, and how the songs are now happening by listening to ourselves play them," said Sting in the 2007-2008 tour programme.

Stewart Copeland was quoted as saying that he would "like to add 'Hole In My Life'" to the playlist at some point in the tour, and the song was performed live for the first time when the European tour kicked off in Stockholm on August 29.

Concert at the Madison Square Garden, New York, 1 August 2007

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America
May 28, 2007 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
May 29, 2007
June 2, 2007 Edmonton Commonwealth Stadium
June 6, 2007 Seattle United States KeyArena
June 7, 2007
June 9, 2007 Denver Pepsi Center
June 10, 2007
June 13, 2007 Oakland McAfee Coliseum
June 15, 2007 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
June 16, 2007 Manchester Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
June 18, 2007 Phoenix US Airways Center
June 20, 2007 Los Angeles Staples Center
June 21, 2007 Anaheim Honda Center
June 23, 2007 Los Angeles Dodger Stadium
June 26, 2007 Dallas American Airlines Center
June 27, 2007
June 29, 2007 Houston Toyota Center
June 30, 2007 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
July 2, 2007 St. Louis Scottrade Center
July 3, 2007 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
July 5, 2007 Chicago Wrigley Field
July 6, 2007
July 7, 2007 East Rutherford Live Earth
July 10, 2007 Miami Gardens Dolphin Stadium
July 11, 2007 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
July 14, 2007 Louisville Churchill Downs
July 16, 2007 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
July 17, 2007 Auburn Hills Palace of Auburn Hills
July 19, 2007 Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park
July 20, 2007 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium
July 22, 2007 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
July 23, 2007
July 25, 2007 Montreal Bell Centre
July 26, 2007
July 28, 2007 Boston United States Fenway Park
July 29, 2007
July 31, 2007 East Hartford Rentschler Field
August 1, 2007 New York City Madison Square Garden
August 3, 2007
August 4, 2007 Baltimore Virgin Festival
August 5, 2007 East Rutherford Giants Stadium
Europe
August 29, 2007 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena
August 30, 2007
September 1, 2007 Aarhus Denmark Vestereng
September 4, 2007 Birmingham England National Indoor Arena
September 5, 2007
September 8, 2007 Twickenham Twickenham Stadium
September 9, 2007
September 11, 2007 Hamburg Germany HSH Nordbank Arena
September 13, 2007 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena
September 14, 2007
September 16, 2007 Geneva Switzerland Stade de Genève
September 19, 2007 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
September 22, 2007 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
September 25, 2007 Lisbon Portugal Estádio Nacional
September 27, 2007 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
September 29, 2007 Paris France Stade de France
September 30, 2007
October 2, 2007 Turin Italy Stadio delle Alpi
October 6, 2007 Dublin Ireland Croke Park
October 8, 2007 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
October 19, 2007 Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium
October 20, 2007 London England Wembley Arena
North America
October 31, 2007 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
November 2, 2007
November 4, 2007 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
November 5, 2007 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
November 6, 2007 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena
November 8, 2007 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
November 9, 2007
November 11, 2007 Boston United States TD Banknorth Garden
November 12, 2007 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
November 15, 2007 Charlotte United States Charlotte Bobcats Arena
November 17, 2007 Atlanta Philips Arena
November 18, 2007
November 20, 2007 San Antonio AT&T Center
Latin America
November 24, 2007 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol
November 27, 2007 Monterrey Arena Monterrey
November 28, 2007
December 1, 2007 Buenos Aires Argentina River Plate Stadium
December 2, 2007
December 5, 2007 Santiago de Chile Chile Estadio Nacional
December 8, 2007 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Maracanã Stadium
December 11, 2007 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseo De Puerto Rico
Oceania
January 17, 2008 Wellington New Zealand Westpac Stadium
January 19, 2008 Auckland Western Springs Stadium
January 22, 2008 Brisbane Australia Suncorp Stadium
January 24, 2008 Sydney ANZ Stadium
January 26, 2008 Melbourne Melbourne Cricket Ground
January 28, 2008 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
January 29, 2008
February 1, 2008 Perth Members Equity Stadium
February 2, 2008
Asia
February 4, 2008 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
February 7, 2008 Macau China Venetian Arena
February 10, 2008 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome
February 13, 2008 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
February 14, 2008
Hawaii
February 16, 2008 Honolulu United States Blaisdell Center
February 17, 2008
North America
May 1, 2008 Ottawa Canada Scotiabank Place
May 3, 2008 Bufflao United States HSBC Arena
May 4, 2008 Columbus Nationwide Arena
May 10, 2008 Rosemont Allstate Arena
May 11, 2008 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
May 13, 2008 Kansas City Sprint Center
May 14, 2008 Omaha Qwest Center
May 16, 2008 Orlando Amway Arena
May 17, 2008 West Palm Beach Cruzan Amphitheatre
May 20, 2008 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
May 21, 2008 Dallas SuperPages.com Center
May 23, 2008 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
May 24, 2008 Phoenix Cricket Wireless Pavilion
May 26, 2008 Chula Vista Coors Amphitheatre
May 27, 2008 Hollywood Hollywood Bowl
May 28, 2008
Europe
June 3, 2008 Marseille France Stade Velodrome
June 5, 2008 Mannheim Germany SAP Arena
June 7, 2008 Werchter Belgium TW Classic
June 8, 2008 Düsseldorf Germany LTU Arena
June 10, 2008 St Etienne France Stade Geoffroy-Guichard
June 12, 2008 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
June 15, 2008 Isle of Wight England Isle of Wight Festival
June 17, 2008 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
June 18, 2008
June 20, 2008 Belfast Northern Ireland Stormont Castle
June 22, 2008 Mestre Italy Heineken Jammin' Festival
June 24, 2008 Belgrade Serbia Ušće
June 26, 2008 Chorzow Poland Silesian Stadium
June 28, 2008 Leipzig Germany Messehalle
June 29, 2008 London England Hyde Park Calling
July 2, 2008 Valencia Spain Estadio Ciudad de Valencia
July 4, 2008 Bilbao Bilbao Live Festival
July 5, 2008 Madrid Rock in Rio
North America
July 11, 2008 Ridgefield United States The Amphitheater at Clark County
July 12, 2008 George The Gorge Amphitheatre
July 14, 2008 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
July 16, 2008 Concord Sleep Train Pavilion
July 17, 2008 Wheatland Sleep Train Amphitheatre
July 19, 2008 West Valley City USANA Amphitheatre
July 21, 2008 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
July 22, 2008
July 25, 2008 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
July 26, 2008 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theater
July 28, 2008 Burgettstown Post-Gazette Pavilion
July 29, 2008 Philadelphia Wachovia Center
July 31, 2008 Mansfield Comcast Center
August 1, 2008 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 3, 2008 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
August 4, 2008 Wantagh Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
August 5, 2008
August 7, 2008 New York City Madison Square Garden

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
GM Place Vancouver (May 28 and 30) 37,018 / 37,018 (100%) $4,046,518
Commonwealth Stadium Edmonton 29,592 / 29,592 (100%) $3,216,118
Key Arena Seattle (June 6–7) 29,022 / 29,022 (100%) $3,314,875
Pepsi Center Denver (June 9–10) 33,736 / 33,736 (100%) $3,762,755
McAfee Coliseum Oakland 47,202 / 47,202 (100%) $4,572,620
MGM Grand Garden Las Vegas 16,165 / 16,165 (100%) $2,863,954
US Airways Center Phoenix 16,710 / 16,710 (100%) $1,970,365
Staples Center Los Angeles 17,036 / 17,036 (100%) $2,656,145
Honda Center Anaheim 13,663 / 13,663 (100%) $2,059,675
Dodger Stadium Los Angeles 55,623 / 55,623 (100%) $6,106,010
American Airlines Center Dallas 47,202 / 47,202 (100%) $4,572,620
Xcel Energy Center St. Paul 17,185 / 17,185 (100%) $1,943,310
Wrigley Field Chicago 79,458 / 79,458 (100%) $9,494,248
Dolphin Stadium Miami 46,105 / 46,105 (100%) $5,094,870
St. Pete Times Forum Tampa 18,690 / 18,690 (100%) $2,064,875
Hersheypark Stadium Hershey 30,318 / 30,318 (100%) $3,101,630
Air Canada Centre Toronto (July 22,23) 38,031 / 38,031 (100%) $4,456,636
Bell Centre Montreal (July 25,26) 41,275 / 41,275 (100%) $4,571,063
Fenway Park Boston (July 28,29) 67,154 / 67,154 (100%) $7,644,400
Rentschler Field East Hartford 32,450 / 32,450 (100%) $3,318,015
Madison Square Garden New York (Aug. 1,3) 37,487 / 37,487 (100%) $4,753,610
Giants Stadium East Rutheford 55,247 / 55,247 (100%) $6,415,610
National Indoor Arena Birmingham (Sept. 4,5) 24,099 / 24,099 (100%) $3,579,363
Twickenham Stadium London (Sept. 8,9) 104,417 / 104,417 (100%) $15,369,280
AOL Arena Hamburg 29,150 / 34,596 (75%) $3,191,128
Amsterdam ArenA Amsterdam (Sept. 13,14) 93,211 / 93,790 (99%) $10,216,228
Stadthalle Vienna 15,463 / 15,463 (100%) $1,460,708
Olypiastadion Munich 44,740 / 44,740 (100%) $4,451,894
Giants Stadium Barcelona 54,553 / 54,553 (100%) $5,554,320
Stade de France Paris (Sept. 29,30) 157,906 / 157,906 (100%) $15,319,076
Stadio Delle Alpi Turin 62,604 / 62,604 (100%) $5,164,887
Croke Park Dublin 81,640 / 81,640 (100%) $11,837,425
Sportpaleis Antwerp 17,905 / 17,905 (100%) $2,002,164
Millennium Stadium Cardiff 48,065 / 48,065 (100%) $5,964,008
Wembley Arena London 11,301 / 11,301 (100%) $1,852,912
Madison Square Garden New York (Oct. 31, Nov. 2) 34,961 / 34,961 (100%) $4,530,450
Verizon Center Washington 14,050 / 14,050 (100%) $1,676,406
John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville 10,496 / 10,496 (100%) $1,075,090
Air Canada Centre Toronto (Nov. 8,9) 31,286 / 31,286 (100%) $3,828,654
TD Banknorth Garden Boston 14,256 / 14,256 (100%) $1,804,535
Bell Centre Montreal 12,615 / 12,615 (100%) $1,419,151
Bobcats Arena Charlotte 13,741 / 13,741 (100%) $1,523,560
Philips Arena Atlanta (Nov. 17,18) 27,665 / 27,665 (100%) $3,249,155
AT&T Center San Antonio 8,967 / 8,967 (100%) $978,905
Indoor Stadium Singapore 10,690 / 10,690 (100%) $2,002,692
The Venetian Arena Macau 7,416 / 7,416 (100%) $919,527
Kyocera Osaka Dome Osaka 21,526 / 21,526 (100%) $2,763,164
Tokyo Dome Tokyo (Feb. 13,14) 56,706 / 56,706 (100%) $7,062,008
Neal S. Blaisdell Cente Honolulu (Feb. 16,17) 16,444 / 16,444 (100%) $2,192,890
Scottiabank Place Ottawa 10,509 / 10,509 (100%) $1,245,428
HSBC Arena Buffalo 12,091 / 12,091 (100%) $1,146,350
Nationwide Arena Columbus 11,438 / 11,438 (100%) $1,088,290
Allstate Arena Rosemont 12,471 / 12,471 (100%) $1,589,480
Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids 7,624 / 7,624 (100%) $690,620
Sprint Center Kansas City 12,314 / 12,314 (100%) $1,378,942
Qwest Center Omaha 10,701 / 10,701 (100%) $1,134,045
Amway Arena Orlando 11,972 / 11,972 (100%) $1,378,670
Cruzan Amphitheatre West Palm Beach 18,523 / 18,523 (100%) $1,416,930
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands 11,624 / 11,624 (100%) $1,020,092
Superpages.com Center Dallas 10,305 / 10,305 (100%) $859,730
MGM Grand Garden Las Vegas 9,697 / 9,697 (100%) $1,694,228
Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre Phoenix 10,765 / 10,765 (100%) $909,320
Coors Amphitheatre Chula Vista 17,764 / 17,764 (100%) $1,681,110
Hollywood Bowl Hollywood (March 27,28) 32,730 / 33,270 (98%) $3,854,713
Stade Velodrome Marseille 47,337 / 47,337 (100%) $5,290,050
SAP Arena Manheim 13,735 / 13,735 (100%) $1,510,408
LTU Arena Dusseldorf 46,000 / 46,894 (99%) $5,139,564
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard Saint Etienne 28,964 / 38,193 (76%) $2,721,354
Hallenstadion Zurich 8,896 / 8,896 (100%) $839,957
MEN Arena Manchester (June 17,18) 35,603 / 35,603 (100%) $4,578,672
Stormont Castle Belfast 10,588 / 15,000 (91%) $1,313,814
Parco San Giugliano Venice 24,000 / 24,000 (100%) $1,575,246
Usce Park Belgrade 27,104 / 35,000 (79%) $1,309,651
Stadion Slaski Chorzow 47,693 / 47,693 (100%) $3,137,631
Messehalle Leipzig 17,544 / 17,544 (100%) $1,531,333
Hyde Park London 30,000 / 30,000 (100%) $3,239,956
Estadio Cidad de Valencia Valencia 17,352 / 17,352 (100%) $2,193,508
B.F. Live Bilbao 31,500 / 31,500 (100%) $4,392,327
Rock In Rio Madrid 43,843 / 43,843 (100%) $3,881,852
Clark County Amphitheatre Vancouver,WA 14,253 / 14,253 (100%) $1,195,200
Clark County Amphitheatre George 10,255 / 10,255 (100%) $1,150,923
Shoreline Amphitheater Mountain View 16,084 / 16,084 (100%) $1,301,091
Shoreline Amphitheater Concord 11,673 / 11,673 (100%) $951,206
Sleep Train Amphitheatre Marysville 10,519 / 10,519 (100%) $810,149
USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City 15,655 / 15,655 (100%) $1,142,350
Red Rock Amphitheater Morrison (July. 21,22) 17,313 / 17,313 (100%) $2,520,256
Marcus Amphitheater Milwaukee 15,042 / 23,000 $1,349,740
DTE Energy Music Center Clarkston 14,696 / 14,696 (100%) $1,324,029
Post Gazette Pavilion Burgetsstown 14,696 / 14,696 (100%) $1,324,029
Wachovia Center Philadelphia 11,133 / 12,415 (90%) $1,270,215
Comcast Center Mansfield 13,523 / 13,523 (100%) $1,352,730
Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs 19,010 / 19,010 (100%) $1,504,138
PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel 16,857 / 16,857 (100%) $1,537,688
Nikon at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh (Aug. 4,5) 27,089 / 27,089 (100%) $3,655,783
Madison Square Garden New York 18,348 / 18,348 (100%) $2,754,050
TOTAL 921,823 / 996,106 (91%) $297,496,364

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