U2 tickets from Razorgator gives you the chance to see a group renowned for its searing social conscience, inspirational lyrics, and hard-driving wall of sound. And the stage configuration of their current iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015 will allow you to see Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. up close and from all sections. View available iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour tickets and schedule below so you can hear classics like “With Or Without You,” “Pride (In The Name Of Love),” and “I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For,” along with their newer hits. Get your U2 concert tickets securely online or over the phone!
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U2 2015 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour
7/31/15 - Bono, The Edge, and the rest of legendary Irish rock group U2 treated fans to a star-studded event and performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Thursday night. As they belted through several decades of hits, at one point they paused to bring a special guest on stage. That guest was none other than Paul Simon, who stopped by to sign “Mother and Child Reunion” alongside Bono. Lou Reed’s widow was also in the audience that night. The guys honored her and the late Lou Reed by signing his song, “Satellite of Love” while a video of Reed played behind them. Bono also took a minute to acknowledge the first responders to his bike crash several months ago, who were also in the crowd on Thursday night.
7/24/15 - You might not expect to see The Roots on stage at a U2 concert, but if you were in attendance at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night, you saw just that. The legendary hip-hop outfit was actually the second surprise guest of the evening. The first? It was none other than a Mr. Jimmy Fallon—bad finger and all—who contributed guest vocals on “Mysterious Ways” and hit the harmonica as well. For their portion, Questlove and company sat in on “Angel of Harlem,” a song they’d previously performed along with U2 on The Tonight Show. The band will continue their current run of performances at MSG on Sunday night and tickets are still available if you act now! Be a part of the excitement starting at $101.
7/17/15 - The Big Apple got a whole lot more rock and roll this week, as U2 is in town and settling in to perform a mini-residency concert at Madison Square Garden. The infamous rock band will perform 8 shows at the venue before July is over, with the first show being held this Saturday, July 18. This is the last stop on the North American leg of U2’s “Innocence + Experience” tour, which is in support of their latest album, Songs of Innocence. Believed by many to be the greatest rock band on Earth, Bono and the rest of the band members seem to be at their best in front of large crowds. Haven’t got your tickets yet? Don’t worry, because we still have a few available for purchase. Prices for Saturday’s show start at $192.
7/10/15 - Wrapping up their 2015 tour, U2 is back from Canada. There is still a month before they play their final show, but they will only be performing in two cities. There will be four shows in Boston and eight in New York, concluding on July 31st. If you are in Boston and want to see them live before they leave town, get your tickets now. Tickets for their final show in Massachusetts, on July 15th, are still available starting at $60. There are, however, still plenty of opportunities for fans to secure their place in the audience once U2 begins playing in Madison Square Garden on July 18th. Just make sure you do not wait too long to get your ticket. They are going fast, so get yours now.
7/3/15 - U2’s star, Bono, opened up this week about the lyrics behind the hit song “Cedarwood Road.” Bono stated that most of the band’s lyrics come from finding a feeling and putting it to music and this song was no exception. The song is based off his life as an adolescent in Dublin, Ireland. The culture there was rough, with the skinheads and housing projects going up all around him. These childhood memories are what shaped this song and make it so much more meaningful to fans. U2 is wrapping up their three concert series held in Chicago on July 2. After Chicago, they head to the Canada portion of their tour, starting in Toronto. Tickets are still available starting at $85 a piece, so don’t miss your opportunity to see them live.
6/26/15 - Bono, the Edge, and the rest of Irish rock group U2 came to Chicago’s United Center on Wednesday night and put on a career-spanning show that did not disappoint. In fact, some fans waited several days for the chance to get floor seats. To them, it was all worth it. One fan flew in from San Antonio, TX on Monday morning and, no later than one hour after his plane arrived, went directly to the United Center where he waited until Wednesday in order to scoop up the best possible floor spot. He was one of some 500 fans who were waiting in line for floor spots well ahead of Wednesday’s show. U2 will play three more shows in Chicago before heading off to Toronto next week.
6/19/15 - Talk about getting up close and personal with the band. At one of their concerts at the Bell Centre in Montreal this week, Bono and the rest of U2 invited one lucky fan on stage to play alongside them. That fan was Ryan Luxenberg, a university student who brought a small sign with him that read, “Age 23, Can I Play?” The sign didn’t go unnoticed, and Bono stopped to ask, “What do you play?” The next thing he knew, he was on stage jamming on the guitar with Bono, The Edge, and the rest of the band to one of his absolute favorite songs, “Desire.” It turns out that Ryan can play with the best of them, and it was surely a moment he’ll never forget.
6/12/15 - What happens when a rock and roll god and a former president of the United States are in the same town at the same time? They meet for lunch, of course! The pair met for lunch at a restaurant in Denver recently, and gave fellow diners the surprise of a lifetime. They talked about friends and family, of course, but also talked about their various philanthropic efforts as they ate their salads. Bono and the rest of U2 are now heading to Canada, where they will perform four shows at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec. Join them for a show this Friday or Saturday, or choose a concert next week on Tuesday or Wednesday. We definitely have tickets still available, but quantity is limited, so act quickly!
6/5/15 - Bono, the Edge, and the rest of Irish super group U2 have been having a rough start to their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour, following an on stage injury on opening night and still grieving the loss of their tour manager who passed away last week. The guys are proving they haven’t lost all of their good spirits, however, as Bono recently surprised a waitress in California with extra generous gratuity. He gave her the biggest tip in her 50-year career as a waitress after she suggested an appetizer at Center’s Deli in West Hollywood. He tipped her $150 on a bill for a soup and Reuben sandwich. Come see this rocker with a heart of gold when he and the rest of U2 take the stage of the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO this weekend.
5/29/15 - Seeing U2 live is something that should be on everybody’s bucket list, and the band is doing all they can to make that dream come true for fans across the world this summer. Currently, they are in the middle of a stint of shows at The Forum in Inglewood, California, despite the heartbreaking news that their tour manager, a man named Dennis Sheehan, died suddenly on Wednesday. Sheehan was widely revered not only among the band members and entourage, but also in the music business in general. Despite the loss, U2 decided that the show must go on, and will certainly be honoring his memory at the upcoming shows. They will perform at the LA area venue on Saturday (May 30), Sunday (May 31) and Wednesday (June 3) before moving on to the Denver area. Ticket prices vary, but start at $94.
5/15/15 - After months of anticipation, setbacks, and even injuries, legendary Irish rockers Bono, The Edge, and the rest of U2 took the stage in Vancouver, BC last night to open their long awaited iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE World Tour at a sold out Rogers Arena. Each band member appeared to be in top form, thrilling crowds with show opener “The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)” before going into their first single ever “Out of Control.” Images of the band members’ childhoods and formative years played behind them as they rocked through three decades of history before ending the main set with “The Troubles” and “With or Without You.” Although Bono Is still unable to play the guitar following his motorcycle accident last November, his voice sounded great and he was able to put on a high-energy show.
5/6/15 - In a shocking surprise for citizens of New York City, the band U2 appeared in a Grand Central Station platform to put on an impromptu concert on Monday. After dressing up as street performers and switching out their more technical gear for things like buckets instead of a drum kit, they stunned those passing by with their unmistakable sound. The band is in town for a scheduled appearance on The Tonight Show, and it is rumored that host Jimmy Fallon was at the metro station for the performance. Although it remains to be seen whether the impromptu gig was a part of a bit for the TV show, one thing is for certain: U2 will be on tour in North America starting next week! These shows almost always sell out, so don’t wait to purchase your tickets!
5/1/15 - Bono, The Edge, and the rest of Irish rockers U2 are practicing diligently for the opening show of their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE World Tour, which takes place on May 14 at the Rogers Center in Vancouver, BC. The group has been experimenting with a unique sound system for the tour. Instead of using speakers on stage, the guys will suspend speakers from the ceilings to ensure everyone in the arena can hear their music equally. The band also has a few other tricks up their sleeves, and plans to split each performance into two sets with an intermission in between them. This is the first time in their career they have tried this approach. The first half will feature a fixed set for each show while the second half will be left open and flexible.
4/24/15 - Bono and the rest of Irish rock group U2 are gearing up for their massive iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE World Tour, which kicks off in under a month on May 14 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC. In fact, it looks like they’ll be calling Vancouver home for the next few weeks, as the group has already booked the city’s Pacific Coliseum for rehearsals. This is welcome news for fans, who have been waiting patiently all year to catch Bono and the rest of the crew live since the first announced the tour at the end of 2014. While the band is openly preparing for the massive world tour, they’re remaining quiet on the condition of Bono’s elbow that was broken in a motorcycle accident. It remains unclear if Bono will be able to play guitar on tour.
4/14/15 - Rumors are never in short supply when it comes to powerhouse bands such as U2. The latest speculation is that the group has rented out the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver for an entire month in order to rehearse for the North American leg of their upcoming tour, which is set to begin next month with back-to-back shows at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC. Rumors aside, front man Bono has always been somewhat of an open book, often sharing some of his most personal thoughts and experiences with fans. Most recently, he has shared some sketches that he made as he sat with his dying father. The drawings, along with some touching memories, will be part of a book titled Sons and Fathers. Proceeds will be donated to several hospice foundations.
4/8/15 - It was a bittersweet weekend for both the band U2 and their native city of Dublin. The famous Windmill Lane Studios, where Bono and the rest of the band recorded parts of their globally recognized album Joshua Tree, were demolished last weekend. The Windmill Lane Studios were a hotspot for musicians who were recording in the 1970s. They were originally opened by Brian Masterson and have seen acts from the Rolling Stones and Van Morrison to Sinéad O’Connor and Elvis Costello. While demolition tore down everything except the iconic graffiti covered walls of the original site, the actual studios were relocated many years ago to Ringsend. It has been stated that parts of the original graffiti covered walls will be preserved and possibly even auctioned off or donated.
4/1/15 - Lead singer Bono and the rest of U2 are making some serious waves ahead of their long-awaited iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE World Tour, which kicks off on May 14 in North America. Besides the fact that this is the first time in over a decade that the group as performed at indoor arenas, the tour was also recently dubbed one of Fuse TV’s list of 14 Must-See Tours of 2015. Although fans may have expected a higher ranking, the iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour comes in at a respectable ninth place. Come catch all of the action live, when Bono and the rest of the super group kick things off at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC on May 14. Tickets are still available at varying prices.
3/27/15 - Bono, The Edge, and the rest of U2 just gave fans in Denver something to look forward to this summer. The legendary rock band members just announced that they will perform not one but two shows at the Pepsi Center on June 6 and 7 as a part of their highly anticipated iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour. They only added the second show to their lineup on Tuesday, after “overwhelming demand” for the show on June 6. While various media outlets are reporting that the first show has already sold out, our tickets are still available at a range of prices. Tickets to the show on June 7 go on sale on March 30 and are expected to go just as quickly as the first batch did.
3/20/15 - Although it will still be several months before Bono and the rest of U2 embark on their highly anticipated iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour, the band recently had a chance to play together, albeit under sad circumstances. The Irish rockers performed together on Monday in Dublin at the funeral of Tony Fenton, a dear friend and beloved DJ. This marks the first time the band has played together since Bono’s serious motorcycle accident in November, which left him unable to play guitar. Bono appeared at the ceremony with a protective bandage. He sang Ordinary Love while his band mates The Edge, Larry Mullen, and Adam Clayton played on in tribute. They received a huge applause and the celebrant confirmed, “Tony would have given [U2] the nod of respect.”
3/12/15 - Upon announcement that all European fall tour dates have already sold out, U2 has recently announced that they have added an eighth performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City in late July. Lest you fear that that all eight shows will be the same, Bono has stated, albeit somewhat cryptically, that the band’s goal is to make each show unique not only by changing up set lists, but also “by playing with the idea of innocence and experience.” Surely fans will have a lot to look forward to when U2 visits city across North America this summer. Because they are notorious for selling out venues quickly, be sure to purchase your tickets today. We have seats available for the NYC stint in a wide price range.
3/6/15 - Irish rock band U2 is celebrating the release of the second single and accompanying music video off their latest album, Songs of Innocence. The video for “Every Breaking Wave” takes place in the band’s native country, and is set during the political and religious turmoil the 1980s, a time known as The Troubles. It tells the story of two kids from very different religious backgrounds face the backlash of falling in love. This portrayal is in typical fashion of U2, who are known for their passionate social commentary against violence. You can hear them sing the song as they tour North America beginning in May. They will head to San Jose, CA on May 18 and 19. We have tickets available for all prices ranges, but the cheapest cost just $43.
2/27/15 - With a few months to go until their 2015 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour kicks off in North America, U2 lead singer Bono has been busy working on an exciting side project. Although he’s still recovering from severe arm injury sustained in a motorcycle accident, Bono hasn’t slowed down a bit. He is currently writing and producing a new song that will be featured in an upcoming film focusing on folk legend Willie Nelson. Bono will not have a role in the film, but was more than happy to lend his talents to Nelson, who will perform the piece in the film. Bono and the rest of U2 will head on tour in North America in May whether or not the iconic lead singer is able to play guitar.
2/18/15 - While U2 lead singer Bono continues to recover from an arm injury sustained in a motorcycle accident months ago, the Irish rocker’s wife has been busy with New York Fashion Week. Ali Hewson, also known as Bono’s wife, was in New York last week to see her clothing brand, Edun, storm the catwalk. Bono and Hewson worked together to launch the brand, which is based on a model of sustainability and fair trade. Hewson did not reveal whether her husband will be well enough to shred the guitar on his upcoming world tour, but Bono continues to reassure fans that the show will go on whether or not he’s able to play. The 2015 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour kicks off in North America at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC on May 14.
2/12/15 - The iconic Irish rockers of super-band U2 just gave fans across the U.S. something to cheer about. They just announced new shows for their much anticipated 2015 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE World Tour, which is quickly selling out although kickoff is still months away. Thanks to the overwhelming demand of fans, the band will play a seventh show on July 30 in New York, NY after booking six sold-out performances at Madison Square Garden. The rockers also added a fifth show in Chicago, IL at United Center. With lead singer Bono still on the road to recovery following a serious elbow injury, the new tour dates only prove that the show will go on. Don’t miss this chance to see the living legends of U2 perform live!
2/4/15 - With the highly anticipated iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour still months away, fans of the legendary Irish rock band will now have something else to look forward to this summer. U2 is teaming up with a handful of other artists, politicians, and musicians for a new book called Sons+Fathers due out later this year on Father’s Day, June 21. Lead singer Bono, who is still recovering from a serious arm injury, says that the book “celebrates the unique relationship between a man and his child.” As the original inspiration for the project, Bono contributed several hand drawn etchings of his late father in order to raise money for the Irish Hospice Foundation. Bono continues to be a class act, on and off of the stage. Tickets are still available for most tour dates.
1/30/15 - Southern California U2 fans have reason to celebrate. The band has added a fifth show at the Los Angeles Fabulous Forum on Wed., June 3, as part of their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour. The band promises fans to have a unique show each night of the tour, so true fans can attend more than one show and have a different experience. The tickets for this latest date will go on sale on Jan. 30. The band is also set to announce additional shows in several cities, including New York, Chicago, London, and Barcelona soon. Fans can also enjoy a new version of "Every Breaking Wave" just released by the band while they wait for the tour to hit their hometown. Tickets for most performances remain on sale, with prices varying based on location.
1/23/15 - With lead signer Bono on the slow but steady road to recovery following his high-speed motorcycle accident last year, U2’s highly anticipated iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015 is set to be one of the biggest tours of the year. In fact, Forbes recently ranked the Irish rock group’s worldwide tour as some of the most coveted performances this year. Bono has stated in several interviews that it is uncertain whether or not he will be able to play guitar again, let alone on tour this year. Although Bono’s condition remains unclear, it is clear that U2 plans to go on with the show. The band is set to take the stage for 30 shows in North America alone, with ticket availability and pricing varying by location.
1/16/15 - U2's Bono has recently made headlines due to his canceling personal appearances because of an injured arm, especially after his announcement that he may never play guitar again. The recovery from the injury, which was sustained in a cycling accident, is taking longer than Bono thought. As he strives to be ready for the world tour starting in May, it is not clear whether or not he will be able to be on stage with his guitar, although the band has emphasized that the show will go on, with or without Bono's guitar. Most fans will not be too disappointed, as it is Bono's singing and presence rather than guitar playing that draws the crowds. The iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015 is highly anticipated, and tickets remain available for most tour dates, with prices varying based upon location and availability.
1/9/15 - The beginning of a new year not only inspires change through new resolutions, but also by reflecting on the concluding year. The lead singer of the infamous rock band U2 has done the latter quite publically this year. The band’s website published Bono’s “A to Z list for 2014”, in which the singer details one highlight of 2014 for each letter of the alphabet. The article is beautifully written and very personal. In the introduction, he tells us that he has seriously injured his arm, and has cancelled all public appearances so that he can focus on healing properly in preparation for the group’s upcoming “iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE” world tour that will begin in May. With 30 concerts scheduled in North America alone, fans will have plenty of chances to see U2 perform live.
1/2/15 - With the upcoming 2015 Grammy Awards ceremony, rumors about who is poised to win and who will perform are flying fast and hard. The legendary rock band U2 has been the topic of many of these rumors recently, and it is much speculated that they will perform for the event, which is scheduled at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on Feb. 8, 2015. Their latest album, Songs of Innocence, is nominated in the category for Best Rock Album. After the Grammys, they will undoubtedly be spending much of their time preparing for their upcoming “iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE” tour. They will really be catering to their fans this time around, giving at least two performances at each scheduled city. Tickets for the tour are on sale now, for as little as $76.
12/26/14 - Bono, The Edge, and the other members of U2 have been influencing the music world for decades. Their most recent album, ‘Songs of Innocence,’ is preceded by fourteen others. Their first album hit stores long ago, in 1980. Named ‘Boy,’ this debut album reached platinum in the United States and was voted Best Album in Ireland. U2 has been gaining fans and perfecting their craft since this first contribution. Now with their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour traveling across Canada and the US, you can see them perform in a city near you. The tour first leaves Canada and hits the US on May 18 in San Jose, California. You can get tickets today for this U2 show at the SAP Center for $56 and up.
12/19/14 - You’d be hard-pressed to find another band that has had such a notable impact on modern America as U2. From their iconic frontman who constantly makes headlines thanks to his philanthropic efforts to their recent innovative iTunes move where they gave their recent album to every subscriber, this is a band that knows how to stay in the spotlight. They’ll take the stage next as part of their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour, which kicks off in May in Vancouver, British Columbia. All initial tour stops sold out within minutes, so don’t miss your chance to see one of the world’s most revered rock bands by securing your tickets today. Ticket prices start at $62, so get ‘em now, because the show goes on “With You or Without You.”
12/9/14 - Many would argue that Dublin’s finest import to the United States since 1976 has been rock sensation U2. With hits like ‘With or Without You,’ ‘Vertigo,’ and ‘Beautiful Day,’ this band has made an unmistakable impact on the music world. Frontman Bono is known worldwide for his distinctive voice and bold stage presence, along with his philanthropy. He has done extensive work in Africa for AIDS awareness and has been named a Person of the Year by Time Magazine. Now Bono and his band are set to begin their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour. Tickets for the initial stops sold out right away, so more stops were added. Make sure you get your tickets before they sell out again. The tour begins in May in Canada, and it works its way down to the southwest corner of the United States. The kickoff show in Vancouver, British Columbia on May 14, 2015 has tickets starting at $62.