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Find your U2 concert tickets today! The band consisting of Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. is out on tour in 2017 in celebration of the 30th anniversary of its fifth album and first number one album, The Joshua Tree. The North American "Joshua Tree Tour" dates kicks off on May 12th in Vancouver, BC. Check the U2 tour dates below and find your U2 tickets right here on this site, CapitalCityTickets.com.
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2017 "Joshua Tree Tour" North American Dates
U2 is hitting the road in North America in 2017 with their “Joshua Tree Tour” and kicking it all off on May 12th in Vancouver, BC at the BC Place. The Joshua Tree was U2’s first No. 1 album in the U.S. and included “Where The Streets Have No Name,” “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” “With Or Without You,” and “Bullet The Blue Sky.”
May 12 – U2 in Vancouver, British Columbia at the BC Place
May 14 – U2 in Seattle, WA at CenturyLink Field
May 17 – U2 in Santa Clara, CA at Levi’s Stadium
May 20 – U2 in Pasadena, CA at the Rose Bowl
May 21 – U2 in Pasadena, CA at the Rose Bowl
May 24 – U2 in Houston, TX at NRG Stadium @ NRG Park
May 26 – U2 in Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium
June 3 – U2 in Chicago, IL at Soldier Field
June 4 – U2 in Chicago, IL at Soldier Field
June 7 – U2 in Pittsburgh, PA at Heinz Field
June 8-11 U2 in Manchester, TN at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
June 11 - U2 in Miami Gardens, FL at the Hard Rock Stadium
June 14 – U2 in Tampa, FL at the Raymond James Stadium
June 18 – U2 in Philadelphia, PA at the Lincoln Financial Field
June 20 – U2 in Landover, MD at the FedExField
June 23 – U2 in Toronto, Ontario at the Rogers Centre
June 25 – U2 in Foxboro, MA at the Gillette Stadium
June 28 – U2 in East Rutherford, NJ at the MetLife Stadium
June 29 – U2 in East Rutherford, NJ at the MetLife Stadium
July 1 – U2 in Cleveland, Ohio at the FirstEnergy Stadium
U2 is an Irish rock band from Dublin, Ireland. The band consist of members Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. They met at the Mount Temple Comprehensive School in 1976. The band originated as a punk band but eventually moved into a more popular genre category. The band released Boy in the mid 80's and quickly became an international music sensation. When the band released Joshua Tree the album sales went through the roof. U2 has won 22 Grammy's and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005.
The Unforgettable Fire (1984)
The Joshua Tree (1987)
Rattle and Hum (1988)
Achtung Baby (1991)
All That You Can't Leave Behind (2000)
How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (2004)
No Line on the Horizon (2009)
Songs of Innocence (2014)
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U2 is hitting the road in North America in 2017 with their “Joshua Tree Tour” and kicking it all off on May 12th in Vancouver, BC at the BC Place.
The Joshua Tree was U2’s first No. 1 album in the U.S. and included “Where The Streets Have No Name,” “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” “With Or Without You,” and “Bullet The Blue Sky.”
U2 is an Irish rock band from Dublin, Ireland. The band consist of members Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. They met at the Mount Temple Comprehensive School in 1976. The band originated as a punk band but eventually moved into a more popular genre category. The band released Boy in the mid 80’s and quickly became an international music sensation. When the band released Joshua Tree the album sales went through the roof. U2 has won 22 Grammy’s and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005.
Mumford & Sons appear May 12-17; The Lumineers May 20-June 7 & June 18-28.; OneRepublic June 11-14 & July 1.
2017 U2 North American Tour Dates
May 12 – Vancouver, British Columbia, BC Place
May 14 – Seattle, Wash., CenturyLink Field
May 17 – Santa Clara, Calif., Levi’s Stadium
May 20 – Pasadena, Calif., Rose Bowl
May 24 – Houston, Texas, NRG Stadium @ NRG Park
May 26 – Arlington, Texas, AT&T Stadium
June 3 – Chicago, Ill., Soldier Field
June 7 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Heinz Field
June 8-11 Manchester, Tenn., Great Stage Park (Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival)
June 14 – Tampa, Fla., Raymond James Stadium
June 18 – Philadelphia, Pa., Lincoln Financial Field
June 20 – Landover, Md., FedExField
June 23 – Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre
June 25 – Foxboro, Mass., Gillette Stadium
June 28 – East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium
July 1 – Cleveland, Ohio, FirstEnergy Stadium
The iHeartRadio Music Festival will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV on September 23-24.
U2, Drake, Britney Spears, Sting and Ariana Grande are among the superstars scheduled to headline the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival. Also scheduled to appear are Sam Hunt, twenty one pilots, Billy Idol, Florida Georgia Line, OneRepublic, Sia, Cage the Elephant, Zedd, Tears for Fears, Pitbull and Usher.
The Daytime Village will be at the Las Vegas Village across from the Luxor Hotel and Casino on September 24th, where Panic! at the Disco, Alessia Cara, Hailee Steinfeld, Good Charlotte, Jeremih, The Chainsmokers and DNCE, and may more will perform.
Radio and TV personality Ryan Seacrest set to host.
For its last of eight shows at Madison Square Garden, U2 welcomed some very famous guests.
On Friday night, lead singer Bono gave a shout out to former President Bill Clinton for helping to negotiate peace in the 1990s in the band’s native Ireland. Bono later praised the former president and Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is running for president, for their efforts in fighting AIDS.
U2 performed for more than two hours, including such favorites as “Pride (In the Name of Love)” and “Beautiful Day.” For their encore they brought an old friend on stage, Bruce Springsteen, who joined them for “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” and the Ben E. King hit “Stand By Me.”
U2’s latest live show included a call to fight AIDS, condemnation of the 1974 car bombings in Ireland, the voice of Stephen Hawking, high-tech stage gimmicks and just over two hours of music, including most of its 2014 album, “Songs of Innocence.”
The Irish quartet brought its “Innocence & Experience” tour to the Forum Tuesday, the first of five nights in the Los Angeles area. Launched earlier this month in Vancouver, Canada, the North American and European tour continues through Nov. 15.
Performing together since 1976, front man Bono, guitarist the Edge, bassist Adam Clayton and drummer Larry Mullen, Jr. know how to put on a rock show. But they were lacking a little in energy and excitement for their opening LA performance, perhaps relying too heavily on the giant horizontal screens suspended above their high-tech stage.
As with U2s previous arena tours, the stage plays a starring role in the show. The massive screens worked for some numbers, such as Bono’s autobiographical “Cedarwood Road,” lending an effect that made him look like he was walking through a cartoon town. But when the foursome performed between the parallel screens during “Invisible” and “Even Better than the Real Thing,” they appeared to be playing on TV, not live on stage.
Still, they hit all their marks and sounded album-tight. They opened with the new, “The Miracle (of Joey Ramone),” and the old, “Electric Co.,” from their 1980 debut. The set included such hits as “Vertigo,” ‘‘I Will Follow,” ‘‘Beautiful Day” and “With or Without You.”
After “Bullet the Blue Sky,” Bono held his hands above his head and said, “Don’t shoot. I’m an American.” While performing “Pride,” inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr., Bono called on the spirit of the late leader.
“Dr. King, we need you in Ferguson and Baltimore now more than ever,” Bono said. “We need the spirit of nonviolence, the spirit of love.”
The singer also lauded Irish voters for saying “love is the highest law” by legalizing same-sex marriage last week.
“They’re putting the gay into Gaelic,” he quipped.
The band was at its best when the gimmicks gave way to the music. Mullen marching with a snare drum gave new power to “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” and a stripped-down version of “Every Breaking Wave,” with Bono accompanied by the Edge on piano, was stirring.
A clip of Hawking’s voice played before the band returned for its encore. He talked about the necessity of becoming “global citizens” as a tout for Bono’s anti-poverty organization, One, flashed on the giant screens.
Bono also used the encore to discuss AIDS and an effort to end transmission of the disease between mother and child in the next five years. He sang a few bars of Paul Simon’s “Mother and Child Reunion” to make the point before the band closed with “One.”
– Associated Press