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U2 Launching The Joshua Tree Tour 2017

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 On the band's website, U2 announced its classic The Joshua Tree will be played in its entirety every night during a 30th anniversary tour of Europe and North America.

"The Joshua Tree. Every song. Every show. North America & Europe this summer," the band's Twitter feed announced, complete with a throwback video of the band, and a link for date information.

"In July, the tour brings them home to Croke Park in Dublin, 30 years after the original Joshua Tree Tour's two memorable shows at the Dublin venue in June 1987," the band's official website notes.

Tickets for U2: The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 are on sale Monday, January 16th in Ireland, the UK and Europe and on Tuesday, January 17th in the US and Canada.

U2 The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 - North American Tour Dates:

5/12 -- Vancouver, BC, BC Place Stadium 
5/14 -- Seattle, WA, CenturyLink Field 
5/17 -- San Francisco, CA -- Levi's Stadium 
5/20 -- Los Angeles, CA -- Rose Bowl 
5/24 -- Houston, TX, NRG Stadium 
5/26 -- Dallas, TX, AT&T Stadium 
6/3 -- Chicago, IL, Soldier Field 
6/7 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Field 
6/11 -- Miami, FL, Hard Rock Stadium 
6/14 -- Tampa, FL, Raymond James Stadium 
6/18 -- Philadelphia, PA, Lincoln Financial Field
6/20 -- Washington, DC, FedEx Field
6/23 -- Toronto, ON, Rogers Centre
6/25 -- Boston, MA, Gillette Stadium
6/28 -- E. Rutherford, NJ, MetLife Stadium
7/1 -- Cleveland, OH, First Energy

 

Article Credit: ABC Radio.

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An amazing album. There was a lull for me in getting exited about albums through out the early eighties. The early seventies when everything except radio was albums. And really no one typically dropped a phonograph stylus any where but at the beginning of an album. So you see kids, back then you had the good, the bad and the ugly all smooshed together, which pressed the competition to create GREAT ALBUMS. this seemed to wane, for me at least, in the eighties when the explosion of music made singles seem to dominate the airwaves. See instead of 50-60% of the albums content every getting air play, the eighties as a perpetual parade of one-hit-wonders.

 

Joshua Tree was a huge breath of fresh air. Not only was it more rooted in tradition rock than increasingly popular "MTV type" pop diddy songs that kept dominating the airwaves, it flowed. It soared. It was groundbreaking and familiar all at the same time.

This album is an outstanding piece of musical art unmatched. In a class all it's own... in my book at least.

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