U2 360 Tour Schedule

By on October 26, 2009 in

Bono, the Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen, Jr. are currently riding high from the success of their 2009 ‘360’ world tour. The band has officially released tour dates to continue on through 2010.  They will start up their run next year at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA on June 6th. Before heading to Europe U2 will be sure to rock out at the New Meadowlands Stadium July 19th in New York.

The ‘360 Tour’ is named after the circular stage set for the band where the audience can see the action from all angles. U2 believes it to be “the first time a band has toured in stadiums with such a unique and original structure.” Stay tuned for more dates to be announced (which should include a trip to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA). Check back soon for 2010 U2 tickets right here with us at AceTicket.com!

Official 2010 Tour Schedule

North American Dates

6-June              Anaheim, CA                     Angel Stadium         
12-June            Denver, CO                        Invesco Field           
16-June            Oakland, CA                      Oakland-Alameda         
20-June            Seattle, WA                        Qwest Field             
23-June            Edmonton, AB                   Commonwealth Stadium   
30-June            East Lansing, MI              Spartan Stadium        
03-July             Toronto, ON                       Rogers Centre          
06-July             Chicago, IL                         Solider Field           
09-July             Miami, FL                            Land Shark Stadium      
12-July              Philadelphia                      Lincoln Financial Field 
16-July              Montreal, QC                    Venue to be announced   
19-July              New York                           New Meadowlands Stadium 

European Dates

10-August            Frankfurt, Germany           Commerzbank-Arena       
12-August            Hannover, Germany         AWD Arena               
15-August            Horsens, Denmark           Casa Arena              
16-August            Horsens, Denmark           Casa Arena              
20-August            Helsinki, Finland               Olympiastadion         
21-August            Helsinki, Finland               Olympiastadion         
25-August            Moscow, Russia                Luzhniki                
30-August            Vienna, Austria                  Ernst Happel Stadium    
03-September    Athens, Greece                  Olympic Stadium         
06-September    Istanbul, Turkey                 Ataturk Olympic Stadium 
15-September    Munich, Germany              Olympiastadion          
18-September    Paris, France                     Stade de France         
22-September    Brussels, Belgium            Stade Roi Baudouin      
23-September    Brussels, Belgium            Stade Roi Baudouin     
29-September    Seville, Spain                     Estadio Olimpico       
02-October          Coimbra, Portugal            Estadio Cidade Coimbra  
03-October          Coimbra Portugal             Estadio Cidade Coimbra


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