U2 announces rescheduled 360 tour dates in North America
Wednesday 14 July 2010
U2 has announced new North American dates for its ongoing 360° tour, according to a press release issued July 13. Originally planned for June/July 2010 but canceled due to illness, the tour will now run from May 21 through July 23, 2011.
On May 21, 2011, the band will perform in Denver, Colorado, giving a concert that was originally scheduled to take place on June 12 of this year. Fifteen additional North American performances will follow, including stops at California's Angels Stadium and in Miami, Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, and Philadelphia.
U2's initial North American tour was postponed in May to allow lead singer Bono time to recuperate after emergency back surgery. Dates for a European tour leg, beginning August 6 in Turin and ending in Rome on October 8, remain unchanged.
Rescheduled 2011 dates:
21: Denver, CO - Invesco Field
24: Salt Lake City, UT - Rice Eccles Stadium
1: Edmonton, AB - Commonwealth Stadium
4: Seattle, WA - Qwest Field
7: Oakland, CA - McAfee Coliseum
17: Anaheim, CA - Angels Stadium
18: Anaheim, CA - Angels Stadium
26: East Lansing, MI - Spartan Stadium at MSU
29: Miami, FL - Sun Life Stadium
5: Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
8: Montreal, QC - Hippodrome
9: Montreal, QC - Hippodrome
11: Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
14: Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field
20: East Rutherford, NJ - New Meadowlands Stadium
23: Minneapolis, MN - TCF Bank Stadium
Additional dates and cities will be announced later, as will ticket sales information. Tickets for the corresponding previously scheduled performances will be honored at the door.
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