1983-10-29

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1983-10-29
1983 10 29 Sting Christopher Lee Helton.jpg 1983 10 29 Andy Christopher Lee Helton.jpg
photos from this concert - copyright Christopher Lee Helton
1983 10 29 poster Dietmar.jpg
poster for this concert
1983 10 29 ticket.jpg 10-29-83 ticketstub.jpg
tickets for this concert
1983 10 28 29 30 t-shirt front Jeremy Truitt.jpg 1983 10 28 29 30 t-shirt back Jeremy Truitt.jpg
t-shirt for this concert - provided by Jeremy Truitt
Performance summary
Artist performing: The Police
Tour: 1983-1984 Synchronicity Tour
Venue: Tangerine Bowl
Location: Orlando, FL, USA
Support acts: The Animals, The Fixx
Ticket prices: US$ 15,75 - 17,50


On 1983-10-29, The Police performed at the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, FL, USA.

Setlist

Among the songs performed were Synchronicity I, Wrapped Around Your Finger, One World, De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da and Roxanne.

Recording information

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Trivia

The MTV event was called "Rock Super Bowl XIX". The stadium has been host to "Rock Superbowls" before - featuring such performers as The Rolling Stones, The Who, Genesis, Pink Floyd, George Michael, Paul McCartney, Guns'n Roses, Billy Joel/Elton John and the Eagles.

In 1983, the capacity of the stadium was 48,000 - there were more than 30.000 people in the audience for today's event. The stadium was a football field with wood & steel bleacher seats on both of the length-wise sides of the field. The General Admission area was natural grass and very soft. It rained during most of this show it was very slushy but not too muddy. It has since been modernized.

There were two opening bands in this order: The Animals with Eric Burdon and The Fixx. The ticket prices were between $15.75 and $17.50. This was part of the Synchronicity tour so Sting wore the classic rag strewn blue-red-yellow jacket.

See also

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External links

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References

sources: poster, tickets, Outlandos newsletter September 1983, reviews in Miami Herald/Orlando Sentinel/Florida Today, photos


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