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  1. Hi everyone! I'm desperately in search of 1 GA for San Diego. I'm hoping to queue in advance and would happily help with line management if needed (I arrive from Vancouver late Wednesday evening). Please let me know! Thanks, Michelle
  2. Good morning all, I am new to this and just subscribed, how/when do you get pre-sale tickets? Thanks, Mike
  3. We need this forum (thread)...So here it is !!! "SOE is ready to go, but I'm not sure when it's going to go," says Adam Clayton Credit : Atu2Dot com and Fernanda Bottini ...
  4. hello from St. Louis - if anyone's planning to travel here for the show, it is on a Saturday night, let me know if I can be of any help with questions on where to stay, eat, visit, etc.. Good news is the Cardinals are not in town that weekend and, of course, no NFL football anymore.
  5. BBC rare Live Recording 1981

    Hi Thank you for the blackout video sounds and looks great ! I've been a fan since I saw U2 play at Lexlip Castle supporting the Police in 1980. I have a question for someone at U2.com regarding videos I have a rare unedited video of a 1981 gig at Queens University Belfast it was recorded in full by the BBC and partially broadcast for a local youth programme at the time produced by the BBC called "Bout Ye" The video is basically the boy album in full, performed brilliantly in the height of the punk era which the Blackout video reminded me of. The video is still in its original VHS form and packaging from the BBC along with a letter, also some more recent emails to the BBC inquiring about the tape. It seems due to cost saving measures the BBC reused the cans of the U2 film for other things ! ( I know crazy ) I would really love for the tape to be upgraded with some TLC as I've looked after and enjoyed this as a fan for 36 years The tape has some wear and tear obviously but still good enough to be saved and enjoyed by a larger fan base. I hope someone at U2 would be interested in this as it would be shame to lose it to time ! Kind regards Gary
  6. From the album Amsterdam, July 29, 2017

    Amsterdam, July 29th, 2017

    © Gerard Kollaard

  7. 25 Sep - U2 World T-Shirt Day

    Calling all @U2 fans! 25 September wear a U2 t-shirt for ‘U2 World T-Shirt Day’ post/tag your pix #U2T0925 Read about the inaugrel event during last tear's #U240 celebrations here http://zootopia.u2.com/forums/topic/33792-u2-world-tshirt-day/
  8. U2 World T-Shirt Day #U2T0925

    From the album ewe too

    Following on from 2016's launch U2 World T-Shirt Day #U2T0925 is back for 2017. Please feel free to join in the global U2 fun
  9. Top 10 U2 Songs

    Hi there, post your 10 favourite U2 songs. You do not have to justify your choices, and no trolling either! 01. Discotheque 02. The Fly 03. Numb 04. Even Better Than The Real Thing 05. Mofo 06. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me 07. One 08. Mysterious Ways 09. Staring At The Sun 10. Last Night On Earth Probably no real surprises to most regulars on this forum, I prefer the 1990's U2, and don't care too much for the 2000's onwards. But that's my preference anyway. Discotheque got first place as it was the first U2 song that I ever heard, and *POP* was the first U2 album I ever listened too. Post yours below!
  10. I am looking for 2 ga tickets for the st Louis show. I have a 16 yr old that is a huge fan and by the time we went to get tickets all the ga was gone. However you can buy them in StubHub for almost twice the price? If anyone has any to sale at face value please let me know. Thanks!
  11. Hello my U2 peeps As you know I stepped down from being a moderator here because I am in graduate school and well time, sleep and all that. I am working on a map of fan experiences that is part of a larger project and need your help. Could you all take the time to upload at least ONE picture (<- see what I did there) from a U2 concert, preferably of you at the concert, the lads or GA line. When you upload, you can add the location of where the picture was taken and an optional description (less than 200 words) The pictures have to be: jpeg format At least 700x700 pixels. you can only add one picture at a time feel free to add as many as you want keep it clean ** this is the link to the map, link to upload is on the very top in gold letters (or go and check it out, I also need more views) U2 Joshua Tree Crowd Sourced map **You have no idea how many times I have typed that phrase in Zootopia over the many years I was moderating. Oh the memories! Edit @: Fixed the link
  12. From the album Me

    © Cris

  13. From the album Me

    It was about time to BUST OUT my old (June 2005) Pop-Era Edge portrait !!! Happy Birthday to the ZEN Presbyterian, the Scientist, the Space-Walker.....This man is caught in a world of NON.....Reality..... HAPPY BIRTHDAY THE EDGE.....My favourite Guitarist in the world !!!!!!!! Edge is on fire on Earth's Orbit with a Slice of the Moon and a Glass of Water from Mars !!!!!

    © Cris

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    From the album Toronto 01 07/06/2015

    © Mary Juric

  15. Plans for a U2 museum on the site of the band’s recording studio in Dublin’s docklands are at an advanced stage, with a planning application set to be lodged in the coming days. Despite the fact that – along with Guinness, St Patrick, Oscar Wilde and, possibly, Michael Flatley’s feet – U2 are Ireland’s most famous export, there are no public spaces celebrating the band’s achievements on the world stage. Even the walls of graffiti which once surrounded their old studio at Windmill Lane have been levelled to make way for towers of glass and steel. It is intended the four-storey museum will be dedicated to the band’s archive and will include artefacts covering its 40-year story. It will sit adjacent to the studio in an unimposing warehouse on Hanover Quay where some of U2’s most famous songs over the last 20 years have been recorded. Latest twist According to sources familiar with the process, designs for the museum, will be housed in a cantilevered building jutting out over the river Liffey, have already been drawn up. If the museum goes ahead, it will be just the latest twist in a game of pass the parcel which has been running for 15 years. In 2002, much to the annoyance of U2, the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) bought the studio with the plan being to level it. By way of comfort, the band were to be given the top two floors of a nearby development which quickly became known as the U2 Tower. Planning permission was granted for the tower but the economic crash intervened and the proposals were quietly shelved. Innovative tourism offering Meanwhile, U2 continued to rent the Hanover Quay studio, which they had sold for millions of euros. In 2014, in a deal said to be worth €450,000, they bought it back. While the planning application has yet to be approved, An Bord Pleanála has previously gone on the record saying the studios “were part of the cultural heritage of the area and should be celebrated with new innovative tourism offering”. Neither the band nor any of its spokespersons could be reached for comment over the weekend. Source: The Irish Times https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/u2-museum-plans-enter-an-advanced-stage-1.3178797?mode=amp
  16. LEMON

    From the album Me

    What can I say....

    © Cris

  17. From the album U2 & Me.......

    FINALLY - My Achtung Baby Trabant finished, Signed by all Larry, Adam, Edge, Bono (Twice) and Paul McGuinness.

    © Gary Paul

  18. From the album Amsterdam, July 29, 2017

    Amsterdam, July 29th, 2017

    © Gerard Kollaard