|a ticket for this concert|
|an all area pass for this concert|
|an after show pass for this concert|
|a guest pass for this concert - provided by Vince Ricci|
|button for this concert|
|Stewart's socks from this concert|
|Artist performing:||The Police|
|Tour:||1981-1982 Ghost in the Machine Tour|
|Venue:||Gateshead International Stadium|
|Location:||Newcastle, England, UK|
|Support acts:||U2, The Beat, Lords Of The New Church, Gang Of Four|
|Ticket prices:||8,30 - 10,00 UK pounds|
- Voices Inside My Head
- Message In A Bottle
- Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
- Walking On The Moon
- Spirits In The Material World
- Hungry For You
- When The World Is Running Down
- The Bed's Too Big Without You
- De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
- Demolition Man
- Shadows In The Rain
- Driven To Tears
- Bring On The Night
- One World
- Invisible Sun
- Don't Stand So Close To Me
- Can't Stand Losing You
- So Lonely
About 45 minutes of the concert were originally shown on Channel Four tv show 'The Tube' in January 1983.
There's a video recording of this concert. It was sold on VHS and DVD in Japan as Live Ghost In The Machine.
This concert was not sold out, which was quite a disappointment.
NIKE gave free clothes to the band, but each band member was supposed to wear something on stage. Sting chose a sleeveless shirt, Stewart Copeland chose some socks (from three different pairs presented to him), Andy Summers chose a trouser.
Ron Mann saved Stewart's socks after the concert.
Much of Sting's between song chat or song introductions involved the British tabloid press who had been hounding him and Trudie or his recent court case against his publishers.
Bono joined the band on stage for the end of Invisible Sun.
The band flew back to London after the concert.
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