U2’s sold out iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE European Tour 2015 will finish with six home shows, with dates in Belfast on November 18 and 19, and Dublin on November 23, 24, 27 and 28.
It is the first time the band will perform songs from their recent album Songs of Innocence to a home crowd.
The album released last year, charts the group’s earliest experiences of growing up in Dublin influenced by 70s rock, punk and early 80s electronica and gives insight into how and why U2 came together.
With its themes of home and family in songs such as Cedarwood Road, Iris (Hold Me Close) and Raised by Wolves, which deals with the impact of the ‘74 Dublin/Monaghan bombings, Songs of Innocence charts the end of the time of innocence for all four band members and their friends, as teens growing up.
Tickets for the Belfast and Dublin shows go on sale at 9am on Monday, September 14, and will be limited to two per purchaser and are priced from £30 to £165 for Belfast and from €30 to €185 in Dublin, plus charges.
Tickets can be bought at the 3Arena and SSE Arena box offices and online, with floor tickets being sold with the Paperless Ticket system, to ensure fans have access to tickets at face value.
A limited number of student-priced floor tickets will be available for sale online.
For full details see www.U2.com/tour