U2 announces yet another colossal World Tour

Courtesy: Pitchfork

This past weekend, U2 let the world catch a free glimpse of their 360° Tour when YouTube streamed their show at the Rose Bowl live. This year’s leg of that tour will wrap up this week in Vancouver, but if you liked what you saw on the YouTube broadcast, you’ll get another chance to see the titanic show in person next year. On their website, the band have just announced another leg of North American and European dates– one that’ll take them from June to October.

And if you didn’t see it already, last week Pitchfork talked with longtime U2 producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois about their work on U2’s 1984 breakthrough album The Unforgettable Fire. Read our interview here, and check below for dates.


10-28 Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place Stadium *
06-06 Anaheim, CA – Angel Stadium
06-12 Denver, CO – Invesco Field
06-16 Oakland, CA – Oakland Coliseum
06-20 Seattle, WA – Qwest Field
06-23 Edmonton, Alberta – Commonwealth Stadium
06-30 East Lansing, MI – Spartan Stadium
07-03 Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
07-06 Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
07-09 Miami, FL – Land Shark Stadium
07-12 Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
07-16 Montreal, Quebec – TBA
07-19 New York, NY – New Meadowlands Stadium
08-10 Frankfurt, Germany – Commerzbank Arena
08-12 Hanover, Germany – AWD Stadium
08-15 Horsens, Denmark – Casa Arena
08-16 Horsens, Denmark – Casa Arena
08-20 Helsinki, Finland – Olympiastadion
08-21 Helsinki, Finland – Olympiastadion
08-25 Moscow, Russia – Luzhniki
08-30 Vienna, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium
09-03 Athens, Greece – Olympic Stadium
09-06 Istanbul, Turkey – Ataturk Olympic Stadium
09-15 Munich, Germany – Olympic Stadium
09-18 Paris, France – Stade de France
09-22 Brussels, Belgium – Stade Roi Boudoin
09-23 Brussels, Belgium – Stade Roi Boudoin
09-29 Seville, Spain – Estadio Olimpico De La Cartuja
10-02 Coimbra, Portugal – Estadio Cidade Coimbra
10-03 Coimbra, Portugal – Estadio Cidade Coimbra

* with Black Eyed Peas

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