U2, which has brought you songs that rallied a generation like "With Or Without You", "Sunday Bloody Sunday", and "The Sweetest Thing", is coming to Manila for the first time ever on December 11 as part of their The Joshua Tree Tour!


The announcement was by made by the band on their social media accounts:

This was followed by a sweet note: 

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

On their official website, Bono mentioned that they had always wanted to do a tour in Asia. "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," he said. "We are very excited."

Pre-selling of tickets to U2 subscribers will be on September 1. Smart subscribers will also enjoy a one-day pre-sale on September 4. Tickets will be officially on sale to the public on September 5 via SMTickets.com. Prices start at P2,499+. 

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