The Joshua Tree Tour 2017

Dallas, TX, US
AT&T Stadium with The Lumineers
...outside it’s America…


28 May, 2017
Waited way to long to see U2 live...couldn't have picked a better concert. Worth the wait! #AT&TCenter #U2TheJoshuaTree2017.
28 May, 2017
Altering the shape of our spine
Bono sang the last lyric of New Year's Day...and so we're told this is the golden age / and gold is the reason for the war's we wage ...first time I've ever heard him do that in all the shows I've been to or listened to so thank you for the chills...also, Bad, some pretty good on the spot lyrics being sung always in the moment alive with the sound. JT set proves Bono could always play the harmonica and play it like a Memphis blues man. Special show.
28 May, 2017
What a Show
We had such a great time seeing U2 at Cowboys Stadium. My wife and I saw U2 perform their 360 Concert here as well in 2009. I would say this concert was our favorite. We were able to bring our 15 year old son to experience the show with us. He loves U2. Sound quality was great in the 2nd level where we were seated. The visuals from that screen were so amazing. I always like that the band chooses to use technologies that other bands aren't using. Having trouble expressing in words how great U2 is live. Only thing is.....I never want the show to be over :( We will be talking about this one for a long time. Thanks U2 for all the great memories. May you all keep rocking!
28 May, 2017
Full Circle
I've lost count of how many times I've seen U2... but I can say, without question, this was the best show I've personally seen them perform. It started with a 4 song set that hit the high points off War & The Unforgettable Fire - context to the main story, an album that defined a band and a generation. Then, as the storytellers they are, they gave us some of the best of what came after that seminal album — the places where the music & the humanitarian efforts were all one beautiful thing — before bringing the show full circle landing us at the beginning: 1980, track 1, I Will Follow. I hope the sea of humanity at my back followed the narrative, because it was impressive. This band has always been one of righteous indignation. And we are living in the most indignant of times, yet, "All are welcome tonight," Bono declared to the fans in Dallas, "those on the left and those on the right and everyone in between." True to his word, the band mocked Trump and his rabble rousing ways (with a gem of an archival cinema find!) in one breath while praising George W. Bush's – and the American taxpayer's – AIDS activism in the next. Sure, the subtext came to the surface a little – it wouldn't be U2 if it didn't – but, for the most part they stuck to singing the songs with all the passion they could muster. And there I was on the rail my wife, Allison, my best friend, the ultraviolet who's lit my way for 20 years. Together, we sang our hearts out, tears rolling down our cheeks at times. The experience was visceral, it was perfect.
28 May, 2017
Rocked Jerry World with this one.
27 May, 2017
Hey Joe !
Great to see Joe looking so good and filling the AT&T in Dallas with glorious sound.Good to see you my friend.
27 May, 2017
After all these years
Been going to your shows for decades now and Dallas was one of the best yet, my sons first show . loved the simplicity and artistry of the set design. Much love for the love you give...,, please keep doing what you do!
27 May, 2017
Dallas, TX
It was an amazing show!!!!
27 May, 2017
U2 Joshua tree Dallas
What an incredible show - loved the stage setup my wife & I were on the floor by the soundboard so the sound was amazing - thank you for coming back to Dallas to play & loved hearing I Will Follow again - cool to hear a shout out to Club Foot in Austin - that is where I saw U2 on the Boy tour
27 May, 2017
Amazing Show
U2 sounded great! What an amazing show. The video board was huge! Still have my original Joshua Tree CD.
27 May, 2017
Where the Streets have no name
27 May, 2017
Religious experience
Before last night, I was certain no U2 concert could top Zoo TV (which I saw at the now demolished Texas Stadium in 1992). But I was wrong. The bands reinterpretation of the Joshua Tree along with the mostly black-and-white short films gave new life to one of my favorite albums. I love every second of it and would gladly wait in line again (but not for a little while because my back is killing me). So now this is my top U2 concert, until they do the Achtung Baby tour (right?).
27 May, 2017
Technical difficulties
Technical difficulties at first but ironed out by the end of NYD. The venue's acoustics of the stadium were less than ideal but overall a good show, lads!
26 May, 2017
1st U2 show was ZOO TV at Texas Stadium Oct 91 I was 16, saw again elevation Dallas 2001?, Vertigo April 2005, and 360 Norman, Oklahoma, took my kids (including my then 16 yr old son,Bono. Waiting now to see The Joshua Tree lve songs I've never heard live (like One Tree Hill, Exit, Mothers , etc) and my wife's 1st U2 show, waiting now for U2 to take the stage, will be electric in here
26 May, 2017
Road trip!!!
So excited to finally see them again. Joshua Tree is still my favorite all time "cassette" lol
25 May, 2017
30 Years Ago
My 1st U2 show, April 10, 1987 in Las Cruces NM. Missed some tours, then we got Elevated in Phoenix, April 28, 2001. Raised a family and missed some more tours. After Bono recup'd from his back surgery, 360º in Denver, May 21, 2011. Brought our two girls to this one, and apologized afterward for ruining every concert they would ever see in their future. But I was wrong, we'll see you in Dallas with the girls and their "boys." I bet it equals or tops 360º, because the closer we get to that place high on a desert plain, the better we get.
25 May, 2017
I Will Follow
please please please play I WILL FOLLOW in Dallas
23 May, 2017
A Sort of A Homecoming
I will make this trip in honor and remembrance to one of best guitarists and biggest U2 and Cowobys fans I've ever met ... David Adams. We miss you and remember you Shredder Dave.
12 May, 2017
U2 on Bob Dylan's birthday!!!
My father was a huge Dylan fan. Sometimes I think I'm so in love with music because my parents grow me with their own special soundtrack. My huge love is U2 and I've always felt a great connection with my dad everytime we talked about music, and some special feeling was in the air every time we listened to U2 covering a Bob Dylan's song. Things turned magic whenever we listened to U2 or Bono playing or singing WITH Bob! This said, as my father died two years ago, I've been missing so much those special moments. And my heart jumped in my throat when I realized that I was really really going to attend a U2 show on Bon Dylan's birthday. I really really hope that the band will celebrate this event with a Dylan song. My dad will appreciate from wherever he is now. And I will feel to be in connection with him once again.
11 May, 2017
5th Show and Counting!
My first show was Popmart in San Antone, Horizon & Vertigo at AA in Dallas, and U2360 at ATT Stadium. I am blessed and fortunate to say that I again will be at Jerry's casa for the one show that got away Nov 87 in Austin (circa... still in high school in south Texas). To all the countless U2 greatest of fans out there, I will be with 80,000+ of you on May 26. Cheers!
08 May, 2017
11th show for me
and 5th time overall seeing them in Dallas, second in Jerryworld. Can't wait!!!
06 May, 2017
I cannot wait to see you guys at the end of the month. I am so Stoke. I bought these tickets as a graduation present to myself. See you in Dallas, Texas!
27 April, 2017
Very excited to see U2 for the first time after falling in love with them watching the Red Rock concert on MTV in the 80's. One question though...why no Denver date?
13 January, 2017
I got my FOUR on the floor!!!! Cannot wait to see them again
12 January, 2017
I never thought this moment will ever come. Finally got floor tickets, can wait. See you soon
11 January, 2017
Got my tickets!
Bring on The Dalton Brothers!
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