|a photo from today - copyright Doug Chappel|
|a postcard with a photo from today|
|a flyer for this concert|
|a ticket for this concert|
|Artist performing:||The Police|
|Tour:||1979-1980 Reggatta de Blanc Tour|
|Venue:||Music Hall Theatre|
|Location:||Toronto, ON, Canada|
|Support acts:||Wazmo Nariz, The News, Leroy Sibbles|
|Ticket prices:||C$ 7,70|
- Next To You
- So Lonely
- Truth Hits Everybody
- Walking On The Moon
- Hole In My Life
- Fall Out
- Bring On The Night
- Message In A Bottle
- The Bed's Too Big Without You
- Can't Stand Losing You
- Born In The 50's
There's an audio recording of one concert.
- The flyer announces two gigs at 7:30pm and 11pm. According to local promoter Gary Topp there were altogether about 1200 people attending The Police's two shows.
- Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance were in the audience for one show.
- There's a possibility that there were separate support acts for the two shows. Leroy Sibbles was a support act for the 2nd show.
- Between their two concerts The Police gave a gold record for Outlandos d'Amour to promoters Gary & Gary who continued to book them although their very first concert at the Horseshoe on 1978-11-02 only attracted 19 people!
The otherwise useless book Old Wave, Cold Wave, New Wave, Dark Wave features a nice Peter Noble photo from today on its cover.
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