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The band will be out on the road again this summer celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Joshua Tree and performing the album in full, every night. In July the tour brings them home to Croke Park in Dublin, 30 years after the original Joshua Tree Tour’s two memorable shows at the Dublin venue in June 1987.



U2: The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 kicks off in Vancouver on 12th May for a run of dates across North America, and includes U2’s first ever U.S. festival headline appearance at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

The tour then moves to Europe with the first stop in London on 8th July, finishing up in Brussels on 1st August and taking in their hometown show in Croke Park on 22nd July.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will provide support across Europe, with Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers and One Republic joining the tour through North America.

“It seems like we have come full circle from when The Joshua Tree songs were originally writtten, with global upheaval, extreme right wing politics and some fundamental human rights at risk,” reflects The Edge. “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.”

“Recently I listened back to The Joshua Tree for the first time in nearly 30 years,” adds Bono. “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.”

Tickets for U2: The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 are on sale Monday, January 16th in Ireland, the UK and Europe and on Tuesday, January 17th in the US and Canada. Ticket prices start at €35.00 / £35.00 / $35.00 with general admission floor tickets at  €70.00 / £70.00  / $70.00.

As usual, there is an exclusive priority presale for U2.com subscribers from Wednesday, January 11th (9am) through Friday, January 13th (5pm) local times. Tickets will be general admission on the floor and reserved seating in the stands. There will be a 4 ticket limit for subscriber purchases and a 6 ticket limit commencing with public sales. In North America, all floor tickets will be paperless unless otherwise noted.

Find all the dates below and keep an eye on our Tour page for the latest ticket and package information.

Released to universal acclaim on March 9th 1987 and featuring hit singles “With Or Without You”,“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” and “Where The Streets Have No Name”, The Joshua Tree went to No. 1 in Ireland and around the world selling in excess of 25 million copies and catapulting Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr “… from heroes to superstars” (Rolling Stone).

Time Magazine put U2 on its cover in April 1987, proclaiming them “Rock’s Hottest Ticket” in a defining year for the band that saw their arena dates roll into stadium shows to accommodate escalating demand - setting them on course to become one of the greatest live acts in the world today.

The 12 months that followed saw the band create now-iconic moments: the traffic-stopping Grammy Award-winning music video on the roof of a Los Angeles liquor store, winning a BRIT Award and two Grammys - including Album of the Year - their first of 22 received to date, distinguishing U2 as the most awarded rock band in Grammy history; as well as a triumphant return home with the original Joshua Tree Tour for four unforgettable shows in Belfast, Dublin and Cork in the summer of 1987.

In 1987 Hot Press called The Joshua Tree “their most influential album yet”. As for this tour? Noel Gallagher says, “It will be both a pleasure and an honour to play my part in what still remains the greatest show on earth.”

What does The Joshua Tree mean to you? Add your comments below and join the conversation in Zootopia. #U2TheJoshuaTree2017

 
The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 North America
 
 
  Fri. May 12   Vancouver, BC   BC Place Stadium    
 
 
  Sun. May 14   Seattle, WA   CenturyLink Field    
 
 
  Wed. May 17   San Francisco, CA   Levi's Stadium    
 
 
  Sat. May 20   Los Angeles, CA   Rose Bowl    
 
 
  Wed. May 24   Houston, TX   NRG Stadium    
 
 
  Fri. May 26   Dallas, TX   AT&T Stadium    
 
 
  Sat. June 3   Chicago, IL   Soldier Field    
 
 
  Wed. June 7   Pittsburgh, PA   Heinz Field    
 
 
  Sun. June 11   Miami, FL   Hard Rock Stadium    
 
 
  Wed. June 14   Tampa, FL   Raymond James Stadium    
 
 
  Sun. June 18   Philadelphia, PA   Lincoln Financial Field    
 
 
  Tue. June 20   Washington, DC   FedEx Field    
 
 
  Fri. June 23   Toronto, ON   Rogers Centre    
 
 
  Sun. June 25   Boston, MA   Gillette Stadium    
 
 
  Wed. June 28   E. Rutherford, NJ   MetLife Stadium    
 
 
  Sat. July 1   Cleveland, OH   First Energy    
 
 
The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 Europe
 
 
  Sat. 8 July   London, UK   Twickenham Stadium    
 
 
  Wed. 12 July   Berlin, DE   Olympic Stadium    
 
 
  Sat., 15 July   Rome, IT   Olympic Stadium    
 
 
  Tue. 18 July   Barcelona, ES   Olympic Stadium    
 
 
  Sat. 22 July   Dublin, IE   Croke Park    
 
 
  Tue. 25 July   Paris, FR   Stade De France    
 
 
  Sat. 29 July   Amsterdam, NE   Amsterdam Arena    
 
 
  Tue. 1 Aug.   Brussels, BE   King Baudouin Stadium    
 

COMMENTS

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harvnz
16 January, 2017
One Tree Hill, Auckland, New Zealand
...A sun so bright it leaves no shadows...
lucigreg
16 January, 2017
Blessed!
Boston...then Paris (got the tix today)!!!!! First concert ever, LSU Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana...Thanksgiving Day, 1987. Can't wait!!!
Billy8B
16 January, 2017
Great Album
Shame no Scottish or Welsh Shows.
Julie-64
16 January, 2017
MOntreal
No Montreal date, this fan is supremely unhappy :-(
vmislas
16 January, 2017
Please come to Mexico
MEXICO LOVES U2
coco83
16 January, 2017
Come to Scotland
Why no Scottish date ?
hden
16 January, 2017
Anniversery
Berlin will be my 35th concert, 1st was in Cork City 1978
carolinecray
16 January, 2017
Dublin
Any new dates for Dublin? tickets sold out in 6 minutes this morning - didn't have a hope of getting one - please add another Dublin date :(
Pippiogcarlo
16 January, 2017
We take The trip to Dublin
We are Four person from Denmark who are going to Dublin to se U2 Again, and to visit The O'Donnehue Pub with all it's nostalgic It's gonna be soooooo great ....
jojes
16 January, 2017
Yes!!
Paris 25/7 (with our kids) and Brussels 1/8 ... happy happy happy :-)
john_paul
16 January, 2017
Plucked from the crowd @Birmingham
I was lucky enough to be picked to play Bono's Guitar on People Get Ready , Bono said " I feel just like Opportunity Knocks , is that show still going?"One of the best days of my life , want to do it all again 30 years later
Harley1962
16 January, 2017
Presale
Hope i have beter lucky in the next presale and don't understatement why i am in the wiresgroup. Been member before a nummer of times
chrisfarley
15 January, 2017
Barcelona Here I Come
I just had to see them live, and my husband said off You go, Go see them, It's on top of your Bucket List. I'm flying from Perth Western Australia to see U2 in Barcelona. I am deserving!
PauloSilva
15 January, 2017
im present in barcelona,,spain
18 july im there,,,finnnalllly i,ve the tickets,portugal out of tour and we go to barcelona,,but u2 are simply the best,,30 years of joshua tree,,special,,love you boys,,from portugal im so haaaappppppppy,u2 u2 u2 u2
FlyingRat
14 January, 2017
So timely
As Edge says in the article above, The Joshua Tree as an album has never been more relevant than it is now. The idea of the "Two Americas" -- the shining city on the hill, and the international bully breathing just outside the front door -- are front and center in our national (and international) consciousness once again, and this will be a reminder of our promise and our peril. I was too young to appreciate the album when it first came out, but it has never stopped being relevant. U2 has done more to shape my attitude towards my own country than perhaps any other artists. Looking forward to seeing them in DC in June.
stevebass68
14 January, 2017
Rewind
To go back to the city where it all began for me 30 years ago and be 18 again...throw in a little country!..see you in London.
sofiahaken
14 January, 2017
bless u2
God bless U2
Eadie
14 January, 2017
Scotland U2 fans
Great news and such an important album. Sad there is no date in Scotland yet? Come on guys
geoddel
14 January, 2017
The Joshua Tree - The Masterpiece!
I'm sure it's gonna be an emotional and breathtaking tour, as always. Joshua Tree is honestly a true musical gem, but unfortunately I cannot make it to any of the shows abroad. I hope you go on tour again after the JoshuaTree2017Tour, we would love to see you in GREECE again! Much love!
paige_rodz
14 January, 2017
Dallas show
Very excited about this Thank you!- paigeroyalblue
gnas
14 January, 2017
Found what I'm looking for...
I found what I'm looking for... So stoked about this show... Not only is it an epic 30 year anniversary for the lads, but for me as a fan as well. 12 shows (saw some tours more than once) spanning 3 decades. From sitting next to Justine Bateman in the 3rd row at the Joshua Tree tour at the Coliseum to the time where I literally Planes, Trains and Automobiled it (bus too) all the way back from Linz, Austria 2 days early because @williamc08 and @janelcoats got me a ticket for the Zoo TV tour at Anaheim Stadium. I hadn't slept in 2 days and was shivering with a fever... and loved every minute of that show! Then there was the time 6 of us slept in a one-bed motel room in Phoenix Arizona to go to the back-to-back shows at Sun Devil Stadium when they recorded Rattle and Hum live (KROQ announced the show saying U2 decided to add this show last minute at the end of the tour as a thank you to the fans... $5 a night... both shows for $10)... we bolted over to Ticketmaster (as there was no Internet) which was located in The Warehouse (an actual brick and mortar store where they sold those shiny round discs we carried our music around on) and scored tickets.What a weekend... I almost lost it when BB King came out and played with Edge on "When Love Comes To Town". I actually did lose it when the full Gospel choir came out and sang "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" with Bono... there are few moments in time like that (By the way, sorry about your passenger side mirror on that trip Missy... ;-) Great memories the majority of which have been with @williamc08, @janelcoats and @erinnassir but many more with a cast of other great friends along the way... you all know who you are... #longlivethejoshuatree #nottheactualoneassadlyitisnolongerwithus #TheLastSongBetterBe40 #U2JoshuaTree30
valeriebntz
14 January, 2017
Come to Argentina!
I love you guys! Must bring the Joshua Tree tour to Argentina!
MarkieMark123
14 January, 2017
Joshua tree Cleveland, Ohio 2017
When I heard Bono and crew were coming to town, I thought of their Vertigo tour in 2005, their last stop in Cleveland. I was behind the stage and remember their entrance to the show. Wow, that was 12 years ago. So I knew I had to get tickets to the Joshua Tree show. This time I was able to secure pre-sale tickets to the envy of my boss while battling Ticketmaster.com for good seats, section 132a. Myself and my girlfriend from Greece (Katia) will be their in spirit come July 1. Thank you U2 for your return to Cleveland.
robertblaisu2
14 January, 2017
In God’s Country with Toronto and Vancou
Please pull together red and blue’s northern and wide neighbour (where Quebec-born and co-producer of TJT album, Daniel Lanois, came to life) by adding Quebec/Montreal to balance the tour. Many long-time fans from the eastern part of the "north side" want to see and hear the Band again. We have lots of great space. Since Bonnaroo is on then why not stop at O'Sheaga in Montreal and Quebec's Summer Festival?
cynma17
14 January, 2017
Southamerica
When will you come to South América? Specially to Perú. It would be great!
RachNLanny
13 January, 2017
Poor fan
I realize I'm a huge fan but have been slighted on my ability to attend concerts !!! It dawned on me......This will only be my fourth U2 concert after being a fan for 35 years!! I'm just not loaded!! I'm a teacher! We do not make much money. I have friends that have been to 10 plus!! Envious!! I spent almost $700 for the 30th anniversary of Joshua Tree (which I saw in 87!!). I feel I deserve it! A birthday gift from my hubby! Amusing......he isn't a fan. I'm taking a fellow fan and teacher friend!! I'm so excited! Only my 4th....but hopefully not my last!!!
trishy
13 January, 2017
trishy
Cannot wait for this !! The world needs some U2 love and music!! So excited!
jillaichele
13 January, 2017
A chance opportunity to surrender to my
I was a young woman caring for my dying mother as she played this album in her hospital bed attempting to understand what inspired me as a young woman. I ventured to Dublin and the Clarence Hotel but never had the courage to revisit the music of my youth as it represented a dark time in my life. When the tour was announced I allowed myself to dream again, so here I go!! Bring it on Toronto June 23!!!
VSU2
13 January, 2017
Greetings from Miami
Can't wait to see the guys in Miami again! Vince S.
paulobotafogou2
13 January, 2017
U2 Demais!
I am very happy to have the chance to watch the U2 show for the fourth time. My first time abroad, precisely in Miami. I live in Brazil, it will certainly be a wonderful experience. Thanks for the opportunity U2.com
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