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Concert Photos

Hey there, my name's Max, I'm 18 and I've been a Sting fan since I was around 14. I live in Malta, so anyone who's been following the Broken Music tour might know that Sting just gave a concert here yesterday night! It was hugely well recieved, it's estimated that around 18,000 people went. Take that into perspective with the fact that there aren't even half a million people on this tiny island- there are only about 450,000 of us, so it was quite a big important event! Luckily, my best friend happened to have some sort of connection which managed to get us really good VIP seats in row E. Not that we were sitting down for very long! Anyway, the concert was absolutely great and so enjoyable. Sting even said a few phrases in Maltese which was incredibly well-recieved by the crowd.

Being so close, I of course had to take a few photos and here are some of the one that didn't come out a complete blur.

Teaser: this is by far the best picture I managed to take last night


Me - candy

Whoohoo!!

'SYNCHRONICITY' DVD GETS SEPTEMBER 12TH RELEASE

Universal Music is pleased to announce the Monday, September 12th DVD international release of 'The Police - Synchronicity Concert' - the stunning live-in-concert extravaganza filmed during their Atlanta leg of their 'Synchronicity' World Tour in November 1983. Exclusive to this DVD are the 4 previously unseen multi angle tracks - 'Synchronicity II,' 'Roxanne,' 'Invisible Sun' and 'Don't Stand So Close To Me.' As an additional treat, the DVD also includes the original concert trailer and a rare interview with the band from their final concert on their 'Synchronicity' World Tour (and their last ever Police concert) in Melbourne, Australia 1984.

Twenty-two years later, this spectacular concert has never sounded better. For the very first time on DVD, the audio has been remixed in 5.1 Surround Sound, and includes three different audio soundtracks including dts, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, and 2.0 Dolby Digital Stereo.
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