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  1. From the album: Adam Clayton @60

    Adam Clayton/Belfast 2018

    © Katrin Schanz

  2. So gigs for Ireland will have paperless GA tickets. Great news for the fans, not so good for secondary sellers...
  3. 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
  4. Tonight, Sunday November 22nd at 7pm in Fitzroy Church In Belfast (77 University Street BT7 1HL) there will be an unpacking of the #U2ieTour Belfast concerts that took place earlier this week - the first time the band has played in the city for 18 years. Fitzroy players and singers (Christopher Wilson, Dave Thompson, Jonny Fitch, Chris Fry, Shannon Clements/Peter Greer and Andy Patterson) will perform songs from the current tour set and Steve Stockman (Walk On - The Spiritual Journey of U2) will unpack the songs, visuals and the emotional, political and spiritual soul of the setlist.
  5. https://mobile.twitter.com/Dutchelevation/status/665905053039988736
  6. Ahead of the #U2ieTour arrival in Belfast tomorrow the Zoo got news of a really great initiative that fans have put together for these special shows.. We spoke to two of the organisers, Connie & Gina to tell us all about it, and a bit about themselves.. First, here is the announcement from the #WhiteOutBelfast Facebook Event page 'This Wednesday, U2 are performing in Belfast for the first time in 18 years. It will also be their first show since the attacks in Paris. Belfast has its own history of terror and violence, so it seems like the right time and place to make a statement in
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