So, should I see them in Toronto or Montreal?

Police reunion tour starts in Van.
LOS ANGELES — The Police 30th Anniversary reunion world tour will kick off May 28 at Vancouver’s GM Place and travel through North America until early August.
The official tour announcement will be made this morning at legendary Sunset Strip club Whiskey A Go Go by singer-bassist Sting, 55, drummer Stewart Copeland, 54, and guitarist Andy Summers, 64.
Other Canadian dates are Edmonton on June 2 (venue TBA), Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on July 22 and Montreal’s Bell Centre on July 25.
Ticket prices are expected to be in three ranges — approximately $225, $90 and $50 — with Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal on sale Saturday (Feb. 17) and Edmonton’s on-sale date still TBA.
There is also a chance there will be multiple shows in some markets that sell out fast.
Last week, the three members of the ’80s British New Wave band invited select media and a small group of fans to the Whiskey A Go Go today for late-morning “rehearsals, where a special announcement will be made.”
Last night, The Police kicked off the Grammy Awards at the Staples Centre in L.A. with their uber-hit Roxanne and have been spotted around Vancouver over the past two weeks where they were rehearsing at Lions Gate Studios on the city’s North Shore.
The trio is expected to rehearse elsewhere before returning to the West Coast for more fine-tuning leading up to their tour launch.
The trek, The Police’s first since 1984’s Synchronity tour, will make its way through North American arenas and stadiums, although there are some specialized events on the schedule, until the first week of August before a break.
From late-August until mid-October, the trio will play the U.K. and Europe, before returning to North America in late October and then travelling beyond to Mexico, South America, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
The Police 30th Anniversary tour is being produced by onetime Torontonian Arthur Fogel, currently Live Nation’s L.A-based chairman of global music. Fogel’s most recent tours have included those by Madonna and U2.