Attention New York fans of The Police! Drop what you’re doing Wednesday night and fix the TV to WLIW21. If you can’t make it, find a way to tape it, DVR it, or TiVo it. The venerable public broadcasting station WLIW is running an hour-long live concert at Atlanta’s Omni by The Police on its 1982 Synchronicity tour. Included in the set list are such staples as “Message in a Bottle,” “So Lonely,” “Every Breath You Take,” and “I Can’t Stand Losing You.” Not only that, but the video quality is top notch, the sound is perfect and there’s a slew of backstage footage, 80s culture and a must-see outfit worn by Sting. It’s totally wild, totally nostalgic and totally worth checking out. The Police: Synchronicity Live airs Wednesday, July 2, at 9 p.m. on WLIW/21.
During WLIW21’s broadcast, viewers will have the opportunity to get tickets to The Police’s last concert ever, featuring special guests The B-52s. Limited Sound Check Party and VIP tickets remain. The Sound Check Party offers the once-in-a-lifetime experience of VIP access to The Police’s sound check for their last concert ever, a pair of floor seat tickets, pre-concert dinner and cocktails in a private party room and a souvenir gift. A few select guests will also be invited to join the band
on stage during sound check. VIP tickets include a pair of floor seat tickets, a pre-concert private reception with food and drinks and a souvenir gift. Limited tickets at other designated gift levels are still available to supporters of WLIW21 and Thirteen as thank-you gifts for contributions. Tickets are still available at Public Television Rocks for The Police’s last concert ever Aug. 7 at MSG that’d be great.
All ticket proceeds benefit WLIW21 and Thirteen.
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