U2 Get All Tour Dates Sold Out



It seems the music charts don’t really matter to the Irish rock band from Dublin, as U2

continues to hit the box office.

The disaster that came about with the release of Songs of Innocence without any doubts

doesn't look like demolishing the real spirits of the Irish band. This goes in a great prove that

the band is on the victory of the super success of the tour which even hasn’t yet begun. Yes! It’s

the tour scheduled in the coming year where all dates of U2 have already been sold out giving

the whole ‘Innocence and Experience’ impression right from its beginning.

Formed in 1976, the group has Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen. Contrasting

their recent excursions, U2 have hold back on the digit of tickets to be had by sticking to

showground rather than huge stadiums but the demand sees no change and stays unchanged.

It was seen in the city of New York alone where about 118,000 citizens stood in line online to

pay money for tickets to be at the four gigs that are going to be on July 18, 19, 22 and 23.

The Band has the aim to make their fans happy fans, and since they want each of the devotees

to enjoy the boom equally, they have decided to gratify demand; and so have given their go

ahead for the further dates to be included in four cities in North American and four cities in

Europe.

Tickets for the new dates will be offered at U2.com subscribers from December 10 at 10 AM

through Friday, December 12 at midday. General sale will take place from Monday, December

15.

The full journey with new dates looks like the following:

05/14 ' Vancouver, BC ' Rogers Arena

05/15 ' Vancouver, BC ' Rogers Arena

05/18 ' San Jose, CA ' SAP Center at San Jose

05/19 ' San Jose, CA ' SAP Center at San Jose

05/22 ' Phoenix, AZ ' US Airways Center

05/23 ' Phoenix, AZ ' US Airways Center

05/26 ' Los Angeles, CA ' Forum

05/27 ' Los Angeles, CA ' Forum

05/30 ' Los Angeles, CA ' Forum

05/31 ' Los Angeles, CA ' Forum

06/12 ' Montreal, QC ' Bell Centre

06/13 ' Montreal, QC ' Bell Centre

06/16 ' Montreal, QC ' Bell Centre

06/17 ' Montreal, QC ' Bell Centre

06/24 ' Chicago, IL ' United Center

06/25 ' Chicago, IL ' United Center

06/28 ' Chicago, IL ' United Center

06/29 ' Chicago, IL ' United Center

07/06 ' Toronto, ON ' Air Canada Centre

07/07 ' Toronto, ON ' Air Canada Centre

07/10 ' Boston, MA ' TD Garden

07/11 ' Boston, MA ' TD Garden

07/14 ' Boston, MA ' TD Garden

07/15 ' Boston, MA ' TD Garden

07/18 ' New York, NY ' Madison Square Garden

07/19 ' New York, NY ' Madison Square Garden

07/22 ' New York, NY ' Madison Square Garden

07/23 ' New York, NY ' Madison Square Garden

07/26 ' New York, NY ' Madison Square Garden

07/27 ' New York, NY ' Madison Square Garden

09/04 ' Turin, Italy ' Pala Alpitour

09/05 ' Turin, Italy ' Pala Alpitour

09/08 ' Amsterdam, The Netherlands ' Ziggo Dome

09/09 ' Amsterdam, The Netherlands ' Ziggo Dome

09/12 ' Amsterdam, The Netherlands ' Ziggo Dome

09/13 ' Amsterdam, The Netherlands ' Ziggo Dome

09/16 ' Stockholm, Sweden ' Globe

09/17 ' Stockholm, Sweden ' Globe

09/20 ' Stockholm, Sweden ' Globe

09/21 ' Stockholm, Sweden ' Globe

09/24 ' Berlin, Germany ' O2 World

09/25 ' Berlin, Germany ' O2 World

09/28 ' Berlin, Germany ' O2 World

09/29 ' Berlin, Germany ' O2 World

10/05 ' Barcelona, Spain ' Palau Sant Jordi

10/06 ' Barcelona, Spain ' Palau Sant Jordi

10/13 ' Antwerp, Belgium ' Sportpaleis

10/14 ' Antwerp, Belgium ' Sportpaleis

10/17 ' Koln, Germany ' Lanxess Arena

10/18 ' Koln, Germany ' Lanxess Arena

10/25 ' London, UK ' O2

10/26 ' London, UK ' O2

10/29 ' London, UK ' O2

10/30 ' London, UK ' O2

11/06 ' Glasgow, UK ' The SSE Hydro

11/07 ' Glasgow, UK ' The SSE Hydro

11/10 ' Paris, France ' Bercy

11/11 ' Paris, France ' Bercy

11/14 ' Paris, France ' Bercy

11/15 ' Paris, France ' Bercy
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