U2 will reportedly play two Croke Park gigs for Joshua Tree anniversary tour

In December the band announced that they will be touring their catalogue album.

How exciting!
How exciting!

U2 are set to play two Croke Park gigs next year as part of their Joshua Tree anniversary tour, according to reports.

In 1987 the band catapulted to stardom when they released The Joshua Tree, which sold over 25 million copies. The hit album included some of their biggest hits including; Where the Streets Have No Name, With or Without You and I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.

Now, 30 years on from the album’s first release, the four piece band are planning an anniversary tour.

Taking to Facebook in December, U2 revealed that they will be touring their catalogue album.

“Next year (2017) is going to be a big year for the U2 group.” they wrote. “We have Songs Of Experience coming, and to honour 30 years of The Joshua Tree, we have some very, very special shows coming.”

According to the Mail on Sunday, the band will play two Croke Park dates next summer as part of their  anniversary tour.

Watch this space!



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