The Police Add Last Minute Wembley Date To UK Leg Of Tour

The reunited band play the Arena after two shows at Twickenham

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[b]The Police[/b] have today (August 31) announced a last minute addition to their UK tour, adding a third London date.

The newly reunited band will now play [b]Wembley Arena[/b] on October 20, after two nights at Twickenham Stadium next week (September 8 and 9).

The Wembley show is the first time The Police have played the venue since the closing night of their final tour before disbanding, for [b]Synchronicity[/b] on New Years Eve 1983.

The band’s European Tour opened this week at Stockholm’s Globe Arena and arrives in the UK at Birmingham’s NIA next Tuesday (September 4 and 5).

Tickets for the Wembley Arena show go onsale next Friday, September 7 at 9am.

For complete tour and ticket information, click here for the official Police website here.

The full list of UK dates is as follows:

Birmingham NIA – SOLD OUT (September 4/5)
Twickenham Stadium, London (8/9)
Manchester MEN– SOLD OUT (15/16)
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (19)
Wembley Arena, London (20)

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