U2 Set 2017 ‘Joshua Tree’ World Tour Dates: Ticket On Sale and Presale Code Info

Updated on June 7: U2 have added additional dates to their tour in North America, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, and Brazil.

U2 have announced 2017 tour dates for North America and Europe that will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their landmark 1987 album, The Joshua Tree.

This will be the first time the band has performed the album in its entirety live. On select North American dates, the opening acts will be Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers, or OneRepublic. Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will be the opening act for all the European shows.

The concerts are scheduled to begin in North America on May 12 in Vancouver and extend until July 1 in Ohio. The European leg of the tour is scheduled to begin on July 8 in London and extend into early August. We'll be updating this page if more dates get added, so check back here when that information becomes available.


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When do U2 2017 tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?

Fan Club and Fan Club VIP package presales begin on January 11 at 9 AM local time. VIP package and local venue / radio presales begin on January 12. The general public on-sale begins as early as January 16 in Europe and January 17 in North America.

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Band members Bono and The Edge left a comment about the upcoming tour on the band's website:

Bono: “Recently I listened back to The Joshua Tree for the first time in nearly 30 years... It’s quite an opera. A lot of emotions which feel strangely current, love, loss, broken dreams, seeking oblivion, polarisation... all the greats... I’ve sung some of these songs a lot... but never all of them. I’m up for it, if our audience is as excited as we are... it’s gonna be a great night. Especially when we play at home. Croke Park... it’s where the album was born, 30 years ago.”

The Edge: "It seems like we have come full circle from when The Joshua Tree songs were originally written, with global upheaval, extreme right wing politics and some fundamental human rights at risk... To celebrate the album - as these songs seem so relevant and prescient of these times too - we decided to do these shows, it feels right for now. We’re looking forward to it.”

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