The first two shows of U2’s homecoming in Dublin are in the books, and the audience was treated to two of the most intimate shows of the entire tour. The staging has been retrofitted down to fit the smaller and uniquely-shaped layout of 3Arena. If you were unable to follow along to any of the live streams, check out our recaps and set lists below:
U2 have announced replacement dates for the two I+E shows that were postponed because of the attacks in Paris. The new dates are Dec. 6-7 at the AccorHotels Arena. Also, the U2 Innocence + Experience Live from Paris HBO special will now air on Dec. 7 instead of the initially scheduled Dec. 14.
“So much that was taken from Paris on the tragic night of November 13th is irreplaceable,” said Bono,
At age 25, I was writing fashion full-time and decorating my one-bedroom basement apartment with bright red furniture. I was also gearing up to see my favorite living band in their natural habitat after splurging on a trip to Ireland.
Fifteen years later, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Though I market technology instead of fashion now,
It’s time for the 16th annual U2 Fan Christmas/Holiday Card Exchange, a chance for U2 fans to send greetings of the season to other fans worldwide!
- Send a message to [email protected] and give me your postal mailing address.
- If you wish to participate, plan on sending at least 10 cards.
- In early December, I will e-mail you the addresses of fellow U2 fans to send cards to.
In a recent interview with the Spanish newspaper El Pais, photographer Anton Corbijn said he was working again with U2 and that the band’s next album will be released in September 2016.
Corbijn said that due to his commitments to cinema, he had to advance the photos of Bono and his bandmates for the album.