U2 Tour dates announced!

U2.com has published the official tour dates for the first and second legs of the Vertigo Tour.

NORTH AMERICA – 1st Leg

March 28 San Diego, CA – Sports Arena
April 1 Anaheim, CA – Arrowhead Pond
April 5 Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center
April 9 San Jose, CA – HP Pavilion
April 14 Phoenix, AZ – Glendale Arena
April 20 Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
April 24 Seattle, WA – Key Arena
April 28 Vancouver, BC – General Motors Place
May 7 & May 9 Chicago, IL – United Center
May 14 Philadelphia, PA – Wachovia Center
May 17 & May 18 East Rutherford, NJ – Continental Airlines Arena
May 21 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
May 24 & May 26 Boston, MA – Fleet Center


EUROPE – 2nd Leg

June 10 Brussels – King Baudouin Stadium
June 12 Gelsenkirchen – Schalke Stadium
June 14 Manchester – City of Manchester Stadium
June 18 London – Twickenham Stadium
June 21 Glasgow – Hampden Park
June 24 Dublin – Croke Park
June 29 Cardiff – Millenium Stadium

July 2 Vienna – Ernst Happel Stadium
July 5 Katowice – Slaski Stadium
July 7 Berlin – Olympic Stadium
July 9 Paris – Stade de France
July 11 Zurich – Letzigrund Stadium
July 13 Amsterdam – Arena
July 19 Milan – San Siro
July 23 Rome – Olympic Stadium
July 27 Oslo – Vallehovin Stadium;
July 29 Gothenburg – Ullevi Stadium
July 31 Copenhagen – Parken

August 3 Munich – Olympic Stadium
August 5 Nice – Parc des Sports Charles Ehrmann
August 7 Barcelona – Camp Nou
August 9 San Sebastian – Anoeta Stadium
August 11 Madrid – Estadio Vicente Calderon
August14 Lisbon – Alvalade

48 thoughts on “U2 Tour dates announced!

  1. um, i dont know, disappointed? 13 cities, all major hubbubs. for me, no indy or lexington but only chicago. and letdown as i feel, cant imagine for those living in texas or other parts. but since i paid for the subscription to get ‘good’ tickets, my question is, do we get presale status for next leg as well, or do i need to ‘save’ that for the next leg, in the hope it’ll be closer? sigh…

  2. um, i dont know, disappointed? 13 cities, all major hubbubs. for me, no indy or lexington but only chicago. and letdown as i feel, cant imagine for those living in texas or other parts. but since i paid for the subscription to get ‘good’ tickets, my question is, do we get presale status for next leg as well, or do i need to ‘save’ that for the next leg, in the hope it’ll be closer? sigh…

  3. the previously rumored dates (before the delay was known) posted on some forum had so many more dates. i hope there’s a third leg in north america since their only new york date is the day before my brother’s wedding. btw, what time (of day) do tickets normally go onsale?

  4. the previously rumored dates (before the delay was known) posted on some forum had so many more dates. i hope there’s a third leg in north america since their only new york date is the day before my brother’s wedding. btw, what time (of day) do tickets normally go onsale?

  5. wow.

    my mouth just dropped to the floor. not one toronto date, the only canadian date being vancouver. wow.

    can i get my frickin’ $40US back now? i’m so over u2 now it’s not even funny, this is ridiculous.

  6. wow.

    my mouth just dropped to the floor. not one toronto date, the only canadian date being vancouver. wow.

    can i get my frickin’ $40US back now? i’m so over u2 now it’s not even funny, this is ridiculous.

  7. Folks, keep in mind that more dates will be announced; a third leg is planned. (Patience, my Canadian friends.)

    In fact, expect more first leg dates to be announced when tickets go on sale. Cities like LA, Chicago, and New York are likely to have additional shows announced when the first show sells out.

  8. Folks, keep in mind that more dates will be announced; a third leg is planned. (Patience, my Canadian friends.)

    In fact, expect more first leg dates to be announced when tickets go on sale. Cities like LA, Chicago, and New York are likely to have additional shows announced when the first show sells out.

  9. I am not disapointed at all, Dallas has never had U2 not play at the very early stage of the tour (at least for the first leg of the last 2 tours anyway, meaning since I’ve been a fan)on their first swing through, so as long as I don’t miss an incredible first leg set list, this gives me more time to save what I’m sure will be a tremendous amount of $$$ for scalped floor tickets… It is a little disapointing that the boys still seem delusional that ticketmaster actually makes it possible for the fans to get those floor tickets without scalping… I was 3rd in line 2 minutes after Elevation went on sale and the floor was gone after the FIRST person… Ticketmaster is complete B.S.!!! Anyway, I’m already going to have to pay a fortune to see NIN this summer and to see Star Wars 3 about 30 times…

  10. I am not disapointed at all, Dallas has never had U2 not play at the very early stage of the tour (at least for the first leg of the last 2 tours anyway, meaning since I’ve been a fan)on their first swing through, so as long as I don’t miss an incredible first leg set list, this gives me more time to save what I’m sure will be a tremendous amount of $$$ for scalped floor tickets… It is a little disapointing that the boys still seem delusional that ticketmaster actually makes it possible for the fans to get those floor tickets without scalping… I was 3rd in line 2 minutes after Elevation went on sale and the floor was gone after the FIRST person… Ticketmaster is complete B.S.!!! Anyway, I’m already going to have to pay a fortune to see NIN this summer and to see Star Wars 3 about 30 times…

  11. Just a quick comment about Ticketmaster. I used to work for them.

    Very often (always in U2’s case) Ticketmaster will only receive less than 10% of the venue tickets at on sale. Folks, it is not Ticketmaster. It is Clear Channel and the folks running the tour. There is no doubt that they release tickets directly to brokers. Ticketmaster is just ONE outlet for tickets, not the only one. I used to think they were the antichrist too until I realized how much technology, manpower, time is put into every single ticket purchase. It is actually quite amazing. Not the best system ever, but think about the fact that you can get up and buy two tickets to the hottest freakin show on the planet in your underwear and they show up at your house two weeks later. Think about that.

    Ticketmaster doesn’t set the prices either. They don’t even set the venue fees either. All the promoter.

    I was there once when the Rolling Stones went on sale, Ticketmaster only received 500 tickets for onsale. 500!

  12. Just a quick comment about Ticketmaster. I used to work for them.

    Very often (always in U2’s case) Ticketmaster will only receive less than 10% of the venue tickets at on sale. Folks, it is not Ticketmaster. It is Clear Channel and the folks running the tour. There is no doubt that they release tickets directly to brokers. Ticketmaster is just ONE outlet for tickets, not the only one. I used to think they were the antichrist too until I realized how much technology, manpower, time is put into every single ticket purchase. It is actually quite amazing. Not the best system ever, but think about the fact that you can get up and buy two tickets to the hottest freakin show on the planet in your underwear and they show up at your house two weeks later. Think about that.

    Ticketmaster doesn’t set the prices either. They don’t even set the venue fees either. All the promoter.

    I was there once when the Rolling Stones went on sale, Ticketmaster only received 500 tickets for onsale. 500!

  13. I’ve always said Clear Channel are the anti christ. Nobody seems to ever know what I’m talking about. So to all those people who don’t have a clue what I’m talking about… Clear Channel is the huge punk ass tour oraniser of almost every major artist you see appearing in your home town. A couple of years back, you may have had a mate working at a venue going “Here’s a few tix mate!”… but no more! Since Clear Channel has taken over (monopolised?) the concert/events emperium, there will be No More Fun in entertainment.

    Having said that, I still think Ticketmaster blows too.

  14. I’ve always said Clear Channel are the anti christ. Nobody seems to ever know what I’m talking about. So to all those people who don’t have a clue what I’m talking about… Clear Channel is the huge punk ass tour oraniser of almost every major artist you see appearing in your home town. A couple of years back, you may have had a mate working at a venue going “Here’s a few tix mate!”… but no more! Since Clear Channel has taken over (monopolised?) the concert/events emperium, there will be No More Fun in entertainment.

    Having said that, I still think Ticketmaster blows too.

  15. I’m with you dlogik. After months of begging FanFire and U2.com for my code to sign up for the new Fanclub as an existing Propaganda member, I finally got in. Signed up and was completely underwhelmed with what was there. What did my $20 go towards? A crappy webmail account? Yeah, much better than Propaganda, thanks guys.When I saw that shows would be announced today and tickets were going on sale tomorrow I cared enough to ask a friend to buy tickets for me as I will be on a plane when they go on sale. So I check today and see that they are not coming to Ohio. I saw them four times during Elevation, and was willing to travel to Chicago and Las Vegas for two of the shows. This time around I find myself suprisingly uncaring about the lack of Ohio dates, and not interested in taking vacation days from work to go somewhere else for the privilege of seeing them..Honestly, I feel that I got ripped off on my Propaganda membership fees. I feel that I got ripped off on the new fanclub fees. I feel that the U2 iPod and the iTMS Complete U2 box sets are further attempts to rip off U2’s most dedicated fans. I’m just sick of it. I suppose if they do come to Cleveland/Columbus on the 3rd leg I’ll go, but I won’t travel any further than that. I’m glad that I resisted the urge to spend $40 on the fanclub, and I wish I could get my $20 back. I certainly won’t be renewing my membership at the end of the year.I still like U2’s music, but I’m to the point now where I have a hard time sending them money for anything other than new albums. They’ve taken enough of my money now without giving me a darned thing in return.

  16. I’m with you dlogik. After months of begging FanFire and U2.com for my code to sign up for the new Fanclub as an existing Propaganda member, I finally got in. Signed up and was completely underwhelmed with what was there. What did my $20 go towards? A crappy webmail account? Yeah, much better than Propaganda, thanks guys.When I saw that shows would be announced today and tickets were going on sale tomorrow I cared enough to ask a friend to buy tickets for me as I will be on a plane when they go on sale. So I check today and see that they are not coming to Ohio. I saw them four times during Elevation, and was willing to travel to Chicago and Las Vegas for two of the shows. This time around I find myself suprisingly uncaring about the lack of Ohio dates, and not interested in taking vacation days from work to go somewhere else for the privilege of seeing them..Honestly, I feel that I got ripped off on my Propaganda membership fees. I feel that I got ripped off on the new fanclub fees. I feel that the U2 iPod and the iTMS Complete U2 box sets are further attempts to rip off U2’s most dedicated fans. I’m just sick of it. I suppose if they do come to Cleveland/Columbus on the 3rd leg I’ll go, but I won’t travel any further than that. I’m glad that I resisted the urge to spend $40 on the fanclub, and I wish I could get my $20 back. I certainly won’t be renewing my membership at the end of the year.I still like U2’s music, but I’m to the point now where I have a hard time sending them money for anything other than new albums. They’ve taken enough of my money now without giving me a darned thing in return.

  17. I never knew that about ticketmaster, and I ABSOLUTELY agree that clear channel is an awful entity… I guess my point is that who ever is to blame, for a fan of any band to get tickets to these shows for the price the band wants you to pay and/or without scalping, has become a physical impossibility… Especially in U2’s case, I never paid anywhere close to $50 for a ticket for Elevation, always at least $80 and twice over $150, for the $50 seats!!! I just wish U2 and their management would wake up and realize that fans are getting screwed because there are never any tickets where or for how much they think there are… I didn’t meet anyone in the heart that didn’t have to scalp tickets or wasn’t on the guest list!!! I also just read a couple of NIN shows selling out in 14 minutes…

  18. I never knew that about ticketmaster, and I ABSOLUTELY agree that clear channel is an awful entity… I guess my point is that who ever is to blame, for a fan of any band to get tickets to these shows for the price the band wants you to pay and/or without scalping, has become a physical impossibility… Especially in U2’s case, I never paid anywhere close to $50 for a ticket for Elevation, always at least $80 and twice over $150, for the $50 seats!!! I just wish U2 and their management would wake up and realize that fans are getting screwed because there are never any tickets where or for how much they think there are… I didn’t meet anyone in the heart that didn’t have to scalp tickets or wasn’t on the guest list!!! I also just read a couple of NIN shows selling out in 14 minutes…

  19. Are you guys kidding? Has U2log become safe harbour for a bunch of whingeing psuedo-fan wannabes? “I’m pissed because U2 aren’t playing at the end of my street”, “The tickets cost too much – they should play for free”, “Rock is being overtaken by corporations”, “They’ve taken my money and not given me a darned thing in return”. I can’t believe this crap.

    For one thing, here in Australia we missed the Elevation tour because our weak dollar meant the band would have lost money coming here – so don’t complain that you’ve got to travel a couple of hours to see them play.

    And the money thing? Give me a break – this is a once every four year spectacle that will change your life and take place amongst your most treasured memories. Try kicking the smokes for a couple of weeks, or miss out on a couple of lotto tickets and fork out the cash without whingeing like little kids. These shows are expensive – U2 is a band and a business. Be grateful that they haven’t gone the route of every other great act and either replaced memebers, become crap, or self destructed.

    Want to be in the circle on the floor? Then buy scalped tickets for a lot of dough, or do something extraordinary with your life and get on the guest list. But pleeeeease don’t fall in love with this band and then start complaining about the intricacies of a corporate music tour – it’s as absurd as a junkie complaining about the rising price of smack.

    And as for you Snorkel, don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

  20. Are you guys kidding? Has U2log become safe harbour for a bunch of whingeing psuedo-fan wannabes? “I’m pissed because U2 aren’t playing at the end of my street”, “The tickets cost too much – they should play for free”, “Rock is being overtaken by corporations”, “They’ve taken my money and not given me a darned thing in return”. I can’t believe this crap.

    For one thing, here in Australia we missed the Elevation tour because our weak dollar meant the band would have lost money coming here – so don’t complain that you’ve got to travel a couple of hours to see them play.

    And the money thing? Give me a break – this is a once every four year spectacle that will change your life and take place amongst your most treasured memories. Try kicking the smokes for a couple of weeks, or miss out on a couple of lotto tickets and fork out the cash without whingeing like little kids. These shows are expensive – U2 is a band and a business. Be grateful that they haven’t gone the route of every other great act and either replaced memebers, become crap, or self destructed.

    Want to be in the circle on the floor? Then buy scalped tickets for a lot of dough, or do something extraordinary with your life and get on the guest list. But pleeeeease don’t fall in love with this band and then start complaining about the intricacies of a corporate music tour – it’s as absurd as a junkie complaining about the rising price of smack.

    And as for you Snorkel, don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

  21. Case, I’m with you on this one. This band has given me YEARS of music that I treasure. I’ll give my left nut and fly to Greenland to see them if needs be.

  22. Case, I’m with you on this one. This band has given me YEARS of music that I treasure. I’ll give my left nut and fly to Greenland to see them if needs be.

  23. “spectacle that will change your life and take place amongst your most treasured memories” hahahahhahah

  24. “spectacle that will change your life and take place amongst your most treasured memories” hahahahhahah

  25. Guys… everybody is entitled to their opinion, like you are to yours. Please respect eachother’s opinion on here. Thanks.

  26. Guys… everybody is entitled to their opinion, like you are to yours. Please respect eachother’s opinion on here. Thanks.

  27. Hey, it’s not like I don’t still love the band and I’m not going to see them, and I am grateful they played within a 2 and 1/2 hour drive last time, my only complaint is that somebody honestly thinks anyone is going to pay $50 for the cheapest seats, and their system to get tickets is VERY flawed… You pay $450 to see one elevation in the heart and 2 in nose bleed and as life altering as the shows were, you will still be a bit disenfranchized with the system when you realize you should have paid $200 after tax… … Of course I’m going to see them and I’m sure it will be just as amazing as the last 4 times, I just wish their system worked like they think it does… My gripe is not with the band, they don’t owe me anything after all the life altering music/experience, but shit, 4 years or not, that is a ton of money to me… I just wish the system worked better, that’s all…

  28. Hey, it’s not like I don’t still love the band and I’m not going to see them, and I am grateful they played within a 2 and 1/2 hour drive last time, my only complaint is that somebody honestly thinks anyone is going to pay $50 for the cheapest seats, and their system to get tickets is VERY flawed… You pay $450 to see one elevation in the heart and 2 in nose bleed and as life altering as the shows were, you will still be a bit disenfranchized with the system when you realize you should have paid $200 after tax… … Of course I’m going to see them and I’m sure it will be just as amazing as the last 4 times, I just wish their system worked like they think it does… My gripe is not with the band, they don’t owe me anything after all the life altering music/experience, but shit, 4 years or not, that is a ton of money to me… I just wish the system worked better, that’s all…

  29. I’m not sayig U2 owes me something, but I paid $450 dollars to see one elevation in the heart and 2 in nosebleed, and the tickets said I should have paid about $190… This system is VERY flawed, but it isn’t like I’m not going to see them!!! And yes I am very grateful that they played anywhere near me!!!

  30. I’m not sayig U2 owes me something, but I paid $450 dollars to see one elevation in the heart and 2 in nosebleed, and the tickets said I should have paid about $190… This system is VERY flawed, but it isn’t like I’m not going to see them!!! And yes I am very grateful that they played anywhere near me!!!

  31. Let’s Plan a Family Trip

    So as some of you know, Sue’s sister and brother-in-law live in Australia. As you also may know, Australia is not anywhere near Canada. Further, you may even realize that nobody is offering free teleportation devices to teleport instantly to Australia …

  32. Let’s Plan a Family Trip

    So as some of you know, Sue’s sister and brother-in-law live in Australia. As you also may know, Australia is not anywhere near Canada. Further, you may even realize that nobody is offering free teleportation devices to teleport instantly to Australia …

  33. *Watches the pre-sale fiasco. shakes head. Wonders what case is thinking now.*

    How many times do we have to be completely screwed before we are allowed to get mad and not be labeled whinering pseudo-fans? Or is it more of a matter of how much money we have to spend before we can complain? Just curious…

  34. *Watches the pre-sale fiasco. shakes head. Wonders what case is thinking now.*

    How many times do we have to be completely screwed before we are allowed to get mad and not be labeled whinering pseudo-fans? Or is it more of a matter of how much money we have to spend before we can complain? Just curious…

  35. Snorkel,

    I’m apalled at the way this pre-sale has been handled by both U2.com and Ticketmaster. The growing chrous of disenfranchised fans is distressing to someone who has loved this band for two thirds of thier life. I join that chorus vocally and call on the band to make a statement, announce a new presale of tickets to fans so that all members can get seats, and to refund fan club membership for those that missed out.

    As for the ticket prices, they are ridiculous, but I stand by my previous comments that we shouldn’t be surprised. If you can’t afford it, don’t go – my gripe is that even at those inflated prices, the real fans don’t get tickets.

    But even though thousands of fans have joined this chorus of boos, it doesn’t vindicate you for what was an absurd post. You were whining about having to travel 3 hours to see the band, and to say that they haven’t given you anything in return for your money is ridiculous.

    Let’s keep this in perspective – the gripes over this fiasco are with the crooks at Ticketmaster and the incompetants at U2.com. Yes, the buck stops with the band and they should respond accordingly, but I can only assume they weren’t aware of this situation until it blew up yesterday.

    To attack the band for not touring in your specific part of the fly-over has nothing to do with the valid complaints of fans over the pre-sale ticketing mess.

  36. Snorkel,

    I’m apalled at the way this pre-sale has been handled by both U2.com and Ticketmaster. The growing chrous of disenfranchised fans is distressing to someone who has loved this band for two thirds of thier life. I join that chorus vocally and call on the band to make a statement, announce a new presale of tickets to fans so that all members can get seats, and to refund fan club membership for those that missed out.

    As for the ticket prices, they are ridiculous, but I stand by my previous comments that we shouldn’t be surprised. If you can’t afford it, don’t go – my gripe is that even at those inflated prices, the real fans don’t get tickets.

    But even though thousands of fans have joined this chorus of boos, it doesn’t vindicate you for what was an absurd post. You were whining about having to travel 3 hours to see the band, and to say that they haven’t given you anything in return for your money is ridiculous.

    Let’s keep this in perspective – the gripes over this fiasco are with the crooks at Ticketmaster and the incompetants at U2.com. Yes, the buck stops with the band and they should respond accordingly, but I can only assume they weren’t aware of this situation until it blew up yesterday.

    To attack the band for not touring in your specific part of the fly-over has nothing to do with the valid complaints of fans over the pre-sale ticketing mess.

  37. Case,

    Where did I complain about U2 not coming to my area? I believe I said that I found myself suprisingly care-free about U2 not coming around. I pointed out that during the last tour I was more than willing to spend hundreds of dollars to travel across the country to see them. I’m certainly not opposed to travel to see a band that I really like.

    My point was that with everything that has gone on with U2 this time around, I’m just not interested anymore. After being screwed twice by their fanclubs I’m not interested in spending much more money on U2. I don’t feel that I have received anything for the money that I have paid to Propaganda and the new fanclubbing. Propaganda promised me four magazines, I didn’t get them. If you signed up for 12 issues of Time magazine and only got one issue wouldn’t you feel ripped off? Would a 50% discount to some other magazine make you feel better about it? Especially if you have to jump through hoops for months just to get that 50% discount? I signed up for this new fanclub, and for the life of me I can’t figure out what I was supposed to get in return. A webmail account? Thanks, I have gmail. Zootopia? Whoopee, yeah that should be paid content. A stupid membership card? Uh-huh, that’s worth $20. Or how about concert tickets? Well, we all saw how well that worked out.

    Yeah, call it ridiculous whining if you wish, but I do feel that I have been ripped off. I do feel like I gave U2 money and received nothing but headaches and frustration in return. And maybe it is not fair for me to let this effect my attitude towards the band, but I honestly have lost a lot of interest in U2 as a result of this fiasco. That is why I don’t care if they are playing Ohio. That is why I don’t care if I see them or not. I knew that the ticket ordering was going to be a mess Tuesday, and while I truely do sympathize with everyone who went through it, I have to say that I was a bit relieved and almost happy that I didn’t bother trying to get tickets.

    If this was last tour and none of this had happened you better believe that I would have been paying far out the butt for tickets to Chicago or New York on Tuesday and making the appropriate travel plans. Back then it was worth it to me. That was before The Complete U2 on iTMS. That was before the U2 iPod. That was before the closing of Propaganda and the fleecing of fans on the new fanclub. That was before the C&D letters to U2 fan sites demanding the take down of lyrics. That was before I started lumping U2 in the same category as Madonna, The Rolling Stones, and Aerosmith. That was before it was clearly and undeniably all about the money.

    I’d like to see a U2 concert this year, but I’m not stuck on it. If they play Cleveland and I can get cheap tickets then I will go. But I will not be sitting outside of a venue for 12 hours like I did in Columbus last year. I will not pay $180 because golden circle tickets are all that are left like I did in Vegas last year. I will not buy nosebleed behind the stage seats for a concert that is a six hour drive away and stay in a very nasty hotel like I did in Chicago last year. It’s not worth it to me anymore.

  38. Case,

    Where did I complain about U2 not coming to my area? I believe I said that I found myself suprisingly care-free about U2 not coming around. I pointed out that during the last tour I was more than willing to spend hundreds of dollars to travel across the country to see them. I’m certainly not opposed to travel to see a band that I really like.

    My point was that with everything that has gone on with U2 this time around, I’m just not interested anymore. After being screwed twice by their fanclubs I’m not interested in spending much more money on U2. I don’t feel that I have received anything for the money that I have paid to Propaganda and the new fanclubbing. Propaganda promised me four magazines, I didn’t get them. If you signed up for 12 issues of Time magazine and only got one issue wouldn’t you feel ripped off? Would a 50% discount to some other magazine make you feel better about it? Especially if you have to jump through hoops for months just to get that 50% discount? I signed up for this new fanclub, and for the life of me I can’t figure out what I was supposed to get in return. A webmail account? Thanks, I have gmail. Zootopia? Whoopee, yeah that should be paid content. A stupid membership card? Uh-huh, that’s worth $20. Or how about concert tickets? Well, we all saw how well that worked out.

    Yeah, call it ridiculous whining if you wish, but I do feel that I have been ripped off. I do feel like I gave U2 money and received nothing but headaches and frustration in return. And maybe it is not fair for me to let this effect my attitude towards the band, but I honestly have lost a lot of interest in U2 as a result of this fiasco. That is why I don’t care if they are playing Ohio. That is why I don’t care if I see them or not. I knew that the ticket ordering was going to be a mess Tuesday, and while I truely do sympathize with everyone who went through it, I have to say that I was a bit relieved and almost happy that I didn’t bother trying to get tickets.

    If this was last tour and none of this had happened you better believe that I would have been paying far out the butt for tickets to Chicago or New York on Tuesday and making the appropriate travel plans. Back then it was worth it to me. That was before The Complete U2 on iTMS. That was before the U2 iPod. That was before the closing of Propaganda and the fleecing of fans on the new fanclub. That was before the C&D letters to U2 fan sites demanding the take down of lyrics. That was before I started lumping U2 in the same category as Madonna, The Rolling Stones, and Aerosmith. That was before it was clearly and undeniably all about the money.

    I’d like to see a U2 concert this year, but I’m not stuck on it. If they play Cleveland and I can get cheap tickets then I will go. But I will not be sitting outside of a venue for 12 hours like I did in Columbus last year. I will not pay $180 because golden circle tickets are all that are left like I did in Vegas last year. I will not buy nosebleed behind the stage seats for a concert that is a six hour drive away and stay in a very nasty hotel like I did in Chicago last year. It’s not worth it to me anymore.

  39. Is anyone going solo to the U2 show in Anaheim, April 1st and wants to go together? I got a single ticket to the show in Arrowhead pond and am looking for some company, anyone in the same situation as me; preferably a young person?
    Thanks.

  40. Is anyone going solo to the U2 show in Anaheim, April 1st and wants to go together? I got a single ticket to the show in Arrowhead pond and am looking for some company, anyone in the same situation as me; preferably a young person?
    Thanks.

  41. im dissapointed jus in u2.com i signed up to the site to get good tickets wen they come bk to me there at the very bloody back, i wont be able to see my beloved bono, anyone else going to twickenham show this year with standing tickets interesting in swapping :)??? jus email me

  42. im dissapointed jus in u2.com i signed up to the site to get good tickets wen they come bk to me there at the very bloody back, i wont be able to see my beloved bono, anyone else going to twickenham show this year with standing tickets interesting in swapping :)??? jus email me

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