Saturday @ 10 PM

Legendary Performances by the Icons of Rock and Roll
Every Saturday Night at 10 with host Lisa Berigan.

Saturday 6/19
The Police -The Synchronicity Tour
Omni Coliseum – Atlanta, Gerogia
November 2nd & 3rd 1983

The Synchronicity Tour was a 1983–1984 concert tour by The Police to promote their fifth album, Synchronicity. It kicked off on July 23, 1983 in Chicago and was concluded on February 4, 1984 in Melbourne. It touched three continents for a total of 105 shows.

During the early dates in the first North American leg, the band resided at a mansion in Bridgehampton, New York and were flown to the concerts.[1][2] This was the band’s final tour as a working unit and one of the highest-grossing tours of the 1980s.

According to Sting, the band’s performance at Shea Stadium constituted the peak of their career. “I realized that you can’t get better than this, you can’t climb a mountain higher than this. This is Everest. I made the decision on stage that ok, this is it, this is where this thing stops, right now.”[5]

The November 2 and 3 shows in Atlanta were filmed and recorded for a live album and a video release. Synchronicity Concert was originally issued in VHS format in 1984. Later released in DVD format in 2005.

Voices Inside My Head
Synchronicity I
Synchronicity II
Walking in Your Footsteps
Message in a Bottle
Walking on the Moon
O My God
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
Wrapped Around Your Finger
Tea in the Sahara
Hole in My Life
Spirits in the Material World
Invisible Sun
One World (Not Three)
King of Pain
Don’t Stand So Close to Me
Every Breath You Take
Murder by Numbers
Can’t Stand Losing You / Reggatta de Blanc
So Lonely

Plus live songs from The Steve Miller Band, R.E.M. and Joe Walsh