And Manila Too...

30 Jul 2019

And Manila Too…

'Coming to rock you….'

Bono has posted a hand-drawn message to Manila, announcing a new date on the band's  upcoming Joshua Tree Tour - the first time U2 have played in the Philippines.

"Bono, Edge, Adam and Larry coming to rock you hard & soft... loud & vivid, black & white & colour Dec 11."

The band will play the Philippine Arena in Manila on Wednesday, 11 December.

"Manila is a first," says Bono. "And that has everyone on their toes…. this has to be one of the great ones!"

"We really wanted to bring The Joshua Tree Tour to Asia," added Edge. "We'd always hoped that it would include a show in the Philippines and now we can finally say that we will see you in December... We are very excited".
Already The Joshua Tree Tour is taking the band to Singapore and to Seoul for the first time, along with long-awaited return visits to New Zealand, Australia and Japan.
A special presale to subscribers will begin on Sunday, September 1 (10am PHT) running through until Tuesday, September 3 (5pm PHT). subscribers will have a 4 ticket limit. (See FAQ's
(A subscription to in 2019 comes with the limited edition double live CD U2 Live Songs of iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE, including eight tracks for immediate download. More here.

Smart subscribers can also take part in a 1 day presale Wednesday, September 4 (10am – 11:59pm PHT). 

General on sale will begin Thursday, September 5 (10am PHT) via SMTICKETS.COM. Tickets start at 2,499 PHP with General Admission tickets at 5,250 PHP (plus applicable service fees).

The Joshua Tree Tour 2019 kicks off in Auckland on November 8 and will visit Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, before moving on to Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul and now Manila. 

See all dates on The Joshua Tree Tour 2019.


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