U2 Celebrates 'Joshua Tree' 30th Anniversary With A Tour; How To Get Tickets Online; Price, Schedule & More
U2 is celebrating the 30th anniversary for its album "Joshua Tree." The band is set to have a tour for the anniversary and is bringing it to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on May.
According to a report U2 is going to have the "Joshua Tree" tour in May 12 and will start it off in Vancouver. The tour then will go to the U.S. and this is the first time that the rock band will be in a festival and make their performance.
"Joshua Tree" is U2's fifth successful album which features songs like 'With or Without You' and 'Where the Streets Have No Name.' It also includes the hit song 'I Still Haven't found What I'm Looking For.' The tour will have a limited run.
One of the tour's venue and schedule is on May 14 at the CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The "Joshua Tree" album was released in March 1987. It sold 10 million copies which had two songs to be No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The songs that made it to number 1 were 'Where the Streets Have No Name' and 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For.'
The Edge, one of the band members of U2 shares in a report that "Joshua Tree" has been released during a time of Reagan and Thatcher era. He also noted that the album has been significant once again during the time of Brexit and the US Presidential Elections.
Meanwhile, U2's "Joshua Tree" tour kicks off in B.C on May 12. The tour is going to be opened by 'Mumford & Sons.' The tickets for the tour can already be availed online at LiveNation.com on January 17 at 10am.
The tickets for "Joshua Tree" tour range from $97-$400 plus at selected sellers. U2 may be rehearsing in the Vancouver venue prior to the event date. This is going to be the start of the tour.