U2 has announced supporting acts for its upcoming 360° Tour leg across North America. Lenny Kravitz, The Fray, and Interpol are all set to open for the Irish rock band during performances in June and July.
Lenny Kravitz will join U2 for the start of the North American tour with a June 3 performance in Salt Lake City, Utah. Kravitz will then perform with the band for three additional shows, on June 6 and 7 in Anaheim, California, and on June 12 in Denver, Colorado.
Denver band The Fray, whose 2005 album How to Save a Life went platinum in five countries, is set to take the stage June 16. The band begins in Oakland, California and continues on to Seattle and Edmonton, Canada.
NYC indie band Interpol is on the bill from June 27 to July 12, when U2 tours to Minneapolis, East Lansing, Toronto, Chicago, Miami, and Philadelphia.
U2's North American tour dates continue with performances in Montreal on July 16 and 17 and a July 19 concert in New York City. Opening acts for those concerts have yet to be confirmed.
Beginning in August, U2 continues its 360° Tour with European concerts throughout August and September.
For tour and ticket info, visit www.u2.com.