|a ticket for this concert|
|Artist performing:||The Police|
|Tour:||1983-1984 Synchronicity Tour|
|Location:||St. Louis, MO, USA|
|Support acts:||Joan Jett & the Blackhearts|
|Ticket prices:||US$ 12,50|
- Voices Inside My Head
- Synchronicity I
- Synchronicity II
- Walking In Your Footsteps
- Message In A Bottle
- Demolition Man
- Oh My God
- De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
- Wrapped Around Your Finger
- Tea In The Sahara
- Spirits In The Material World
- Hole In My Life
- Invisible Sun
- One World
- King Of Pain
- Every Breath You Take
- Murder By Numbers
- Don't Stand So Close To Me
- Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
- Can't Stand Losing You
There's a recording of this concert.
During today's soundcheck and concert Sting played the white Spector NS-2 bass for the first time. Music instruments dealer Dan Martin from St. Charles, MO had brought the instrument to the venue and showed it to Danny Quatrochi, who considered it cool enough to show to his boss.
After the concert Sting took the bass with him into his limousine and demanded that someone "write a check" to Dan Martin. The Spector NS-2 #669 was built on May 10, 1983 and was the last bass in a batch of 14 basses completed that day. It's displayed at The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame & Museum in Cleveland, OH, USA.
The Police stayed at Stouffer's Riverfront Towers.