Last stint on tour kicks off in September in Chicago
U2 have added a string of dates to their tour of North America.
The new dates kick off on September 12 in Chicago, IL.
The tour has so far sold over 2.5 million tickets in North America and Europe, with almost half a million sold yesterday (April 6).
The trek continues to support the band’s most recently-released LP ‘No Line On The Horizon’.
The new dates are:
Chicago, IL Soldier Field (September 12, 13)
Toronto, ON Rogers Centre (16, 17)
Foxboro, MA Gillette Stadium (20, 21)
East Rutherford, NJ Giants Stadium (24, 25)
Washington, DC FedEx Field (29)
Charlottesville, VA Scott Stadium (October 1)
Raleigh, NC Carter Finlay Stadium (3)
Atlanta, GA Georgia Dome (6)
Tampa, FL Raymond James Stadium (9)
Dallas, TX New Cowboys Stadium (12)
Houston, TX Reliant Stadium (14)
Norman, Oklahoma Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (18)
Phoenix, AZ University of Phoenix Stadium (20)
Las Vegas, NV Sam Boyd Stadium (23)
Pasadena, CA Rose Bowl (25)
Vancouver, BC BC Place Stadium (28)
–By our New York staff.
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