U2 Returns Down Under

It’s been a long nine years but U2 are heading back down under to perform for many of their die-hard Australian fans.

This November, U2 will tour around the country to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their iconic 1987 album, ‘The Joshua Tree’.

The album topped global charts and has gone down as probably one of their best albums to date.

Selling more than 25 million copies and nabbing two Grammy’s, the album contains renowned tracks, ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’, ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’ and ‘With or Without You’.

Those planning on attending will enjoy the album played in full and in sequence, plus a variety of other songs from the band’s extensive repertoire.

Fans will also be in for a treat, witnessing the largest high-resolution cinematic screen illuminated by captivating imagery from Dutch photographer Anton Corbijn who provided the original album art.

Ticket prices range from $61.20 right up to $825.70 for those looking to go all out with a VIP Party Experience.

Those looking to snatch those GA Standing tickets will have to save $126.35 but if you want to get a bit closer be prepared to spend around $508.

If you want to be apart of this ultimate U2 experience mark your diaries the following dates:

Live Nation Pre-sale is on Thursday, June 6 at 2PM (AWST).

General Public tickets will be released on Tuesday, June 11 at 2PM (AWST).

Double check your state’s ticket sale times right here.

Australian Tour Dates

BRISBANE – November 12, 2019

MELBOURNE – November 15, 2019

ADELAIDE – November 19, 2019

SYDNEY – November 22, 2019

PERTH – November 27, 2019





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