Police 'could perform in Cuba' - 20 Apr 2007
People on holiday in Cuba this December could get the chance to watch the reformed Police perform.
The Cuban government has invited the legendary band to play a concert on the island, reports Fox News.
Famous for their fusion of reggae tones with mainstream rock, the band's eclectic sound is perfectly suited to Cuba's unique ambience.
Sure to have the audience wrapped around their little finger, the band's songs are both socially aware and danceable - much like Cuba itself, which combines a complex and fascinating history with a party atmosphere.
Holidays in Cuba give visitors the opportunity to stretch out on white sands before sampling the lively flavour of the island's bars and salsa clubs.
Tote a cigar in Havana before heading out to the island's north-east for a taste of Cuba's lesser known laid-back side.
Culture vultures can visit the house of Ernest Hemingway, located in Finca Vigia.
Taking into account all the destination has to offer, the Police are sure to accept the rumoured offer of a holiday in Cuba.
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