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  1. rixchix

    Ireland Rumors

    https://www.thesun.ie/news/2076295/u2-set-to-rock-dublins-3arena-on-monday-september-24-and-tuesday-25-2018-according-to-dates-leaked-on-french-fan-site/ true? we'll see...
  2. Met two of the nicest, coolest folks on the main floor Sunday of the Chicago show. Love to connect with you all! I know y'all are fan members, so I'm reaching out here. Hope your trip home was good and all is well with your family. Pax, Robin
  3. allad1nsane00

    Railside Dublin 3 RBW.

    From the album: i+e Dublin

    Me at the catwalk wth U2Brothr and Lunachik during RBW. Unbelievably grateful to Justin Kent for the photo.

    © Justin Kent

  4. The band are bringing the iNNOCENCE & eXPERIENCE Tour home to Ireland. U2’s iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE European Tour 2015 will finish with six home shows in Ireland - two shows in Belfast on 18th & 19th November and four shows in Dublin on 23rd + 24th, 27th + 28th November. It’s a year since the band released Songs Of Innocence, an album exploring their earliest experiences of growing up in Dublin influenced by 70’s rock and punk and early 80’s electronica - and now they’ll be performing those songs to a home crowd for the first time. Tickets for the Irish shows go on sale at 9am on Monday 14th September, will be limited to 2 per purchaser and are priced from £30 to £165 for Belfast and from €30 to €185 in Dublin, plus charges. Tickets can be bought at the venue box offices and online. Paid subscribers to U2.com will be emailed details of presales. €2 million raised from these concerts will go to Music Generation, Ireland’s National Music Education Programme which currently provides high quality subsidised music tuition to some 26,000 children and young people. Music Generation was originally set up with €5m funding from U2’s 2009 shows at Croke Park, along with a further €2m raised by The Ireland Funds. 'In the 18 years that I have worked with U2, the home shows are always very special.’ said Arthur Fogel, CEO Global Touring Live Nation Ent. ‘These shows promise to be brilliant.’ 'Finding venues to take this show is actually quite tricky,’ added The Edge. ‘We’re grateful to our overworked crew who finally cracked the reconfiguring to fit these venues.' The Dublin and Belfast dates are: Wed, 18th and Thurs, 19th November - Belfast – SSE Arena Mon 23rd, Tues 24th, Fri 27th & Sat 28th November - Dublin – 3Arena View the full article
  5. jadmix

    Looking for a spare or 2

    Just putting it out there, if anyone does have a spare or 2 for any night in Ireland, Gimme 1st dabs please any night.
  6. Lets start a thread for any contests out there (Europe and/or internationally) to see U2 in Ireland. Please post details and a link below!
  7. A lot of speculation about a new world tour in June has circulated the Internet since Paul McGuinness' quote was published in The Irish Times interview looking back at his career managing U2. "Today, sales of the new U2 album, which is due out in March, no longer really matter much. Sales of tickets for their world tour, which is due to begin in June, really do." Reeve Carney (Bono’s Spiderman), who was playing in Ireland last week at The Workman’s Inn twitted that he was listening to amazing new music being recorded by a very famous Irish band. It is well known to the public of his friendship with the U2 band members and Reeve reportedly spent over a month in Ireland previously to his performance. Off course that generated rumors that He was indeed referring to U2’s New Album. All U2 fans are anxious for a new world tour and especially Irish fans, who are hopping that more than 3 dates are going to be in the Agenda. It is always extra special to listen to the band playing in their home country. Although more often than not, Bono has no chance to sing to the Irish Public, since the Irish audiences have the habit to sing to the performers instead of hearing them sing. On the end of March we will be interviewing Gavin Friday (Bono’s best friend), Virgin Prunes front man about his music and career and if we can we will sneak a question on the world tour rumors in… That will be a very interesting piece, do not miss out! Publishing date to be announced soon! It is fuelled by this passion for music that flows through the Irish public that we at http://www.festivalandgigguide.ie will keep an ear to the ground to make sure we have all the details beforehand. Follow Us on Twitter: @Festgigguide and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/festivalandgigguideie