The Police to make one final round this summer

It will be their last tour ever

The Police will make one final trek around the US and Canada this summer, bringing to an end their hugely successful reunion tour.

The Sting-fronted trio will play another 20 dates in North America over May, July and August with Elvis Costello & The Attractions as openers.

The jaunt, which kicks off May 1 in Ottawa will see the band play many cities they did not get to when they kicked off their reunion tour in May 2007.


Billboard says by the time the tour ends it will have made a massive $340 million.

–By our New York staff.

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