The Police announce world tour

Feb. 13, 2007 at 11:42 AM

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Feb. 13 (UPI) -- Rock stars The Police, which split after recording "Synchronicity" in 1983, plan a world tour featuring their greatest hits, starting in Vancouver, B.C.

The Police announced details of the tour -- which will include stops in North and South America, Europe, Japan and New Zealand -- during a gig at a West Hollywood, Fla., club, the Los Angeles Times said. The Vancouver kick-off concert is scheduled for May 28.

The group recently reunited and opened the 49th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday.

Since The Police parted ways 23 years ago, front man Sting has enjoyed a successful solo career. Guitarist Andy Summers and drummer Stewart Copeland worked on individual projects as well, including film soundtracks and solo albums.

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