U2 Innocence and Experience

Tickets For The U2 Innocence And Experience Tour Come With A Hefty Price Tag

The Innocence and Experience Tour by U2 is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated ones in 2015 – and for a good reason, given the fact that the band will be performing in 19 different cities across North America and Europe. The U2 tickets are expected to be the most expensive on secondary market – most of the tickets have already been sold, within less than a month from the moment they became available on December 8.

The Innocence and Experience tour is expected to be grand, considering the fact that the last tour lasted for two years and managed to gross more than $700 million, making it the number one highest grossing tour of all-time. Three years after that massive tour, the famous Irish rock band U2 is planning a comeback, one that will shake the rock industry to the roots – even though the Innocence and Experience tour is not planned to be as big and lengthy as the previous tour, Bono and the other U2 members promise an unforgettable experience.

The Innocence and Experience tour in 2015 aims to promote the recently released album, Songs of Innocence, which hit the shelves in September this year. Even though the concert only encompasses 19 different cities (nine in North America and ten in Europe), U2 will be performing at least one live show in each city – and the band promises that two performances in the same city will never be alike! The tour is scheduled to take place in North America between May and July next year, and the band will be singing in San Jose, Montreal, Chicago, Toronto, NYC, Boston, Vancouver as well as Los Angeles. Starting with September, the Irish band will move on to the remaining ten European cities.

Tickets For The U2 Innocence And Experience Tour

The price for the available tickets has sky-rocketed, and if you have not managed to apply for a pre-sale, then now is the time to get a ticket. With an average price of $252.00, the U2 Innocence and Experience concert tickets are very sought-after, and that is understandable given the fact that there are considerably fewer concerts scheduled in 2015. The secondary market average is expected to exceed the average ticket price for the upcoming shows – as a matter of fact, a limited number of tickets has already reached the secondary market, at very high premiums, some of the tickets reaching an astonishing $850.00. Nonetheless, no price is ever too high for a true U2 fan!

Next Year’s tour is certainly expected to be a massive success for the U2 band, in spite of the fact that the Songs of Innocence album has received mixed reviews. The band will be concerting in Vancouver at the famous Rogers Arena, in San Jose at the SAP Center, in Arizona (Phoenix) at the United States Airways Center, and in Los Angeles at the Forum stadium. In Montreal, U2 fans will see their favorites at the Bell Center, while in Toronto they can watch them perform live at the Air Canada Centre, in Boston at the TD Garden and in NYC at the Madison Square Garden.

Post Author: Harvey Dyer