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  1. 8 hours ago, Mark Taylor said:

    Totally disagree. The band have always made it first come first served (with the exception of Redzone for charity) which is fair. The idea of 'selling' spaces at the front sucks, it would become a lottery.

    You won't be saying that when you turn 50-something! I also think it would be fair reward for long-time members of U2.com. 

    As it stands, there seems nothing fair about the current system insomuch that it only favours those who are staying close to the venue the day before. 

    I hope everyone enjoys the show, and gets as close to the front as they wish. 


  2. It's mine and a friends 40th the week the shows are on. I rang her last night and told her me and my better half are taking her to see U2 on the Sunday. She started crying. I told her we got seats near the back so can't wait to see her face when we turn up and in RZ. Going to be a brilliant weekend.

    What a brilliant surprise, nice one!











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    Four more shows have been added to complete the dates on the European leg of The Joshua Tree Tour 2017.


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  4. An absolutely wonderful experience. It was great to see U2 back in an arena (not since 1983 for me!) I'm not a fan of outdoor stadiums.

    We were right next to the b stage, although I couldn't see all of the screens, it was great to be about 20 feet from the band.

    I thought the entire set was well paced, great to hear I will follow and October live again


    I was a little worried that they were going to miss out One, phew, it was the last song of the night!

    I thought the crowd were great too, London crowds have, in the past anyway, tended to be a little reserved but not tonight!

    I would have liked to go to more shows but, alas, it was not to be, however, 30th October wil remain long in the memory

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