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Buy tickets for U2 at Mediolanum Forum in Milan today at 11:59PM local time. There are currently 12 U2 concerts available for sale.

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Few people have not heard of Bono or are unfamiliar with U2's melodic sound and strong, emotive vocals. This Irish rock band was formed in 1976 in Dublin when its members were still teenagers. Decades later, their skills honed and their style streamlined, U2 still wows fans around the world while also contributing to the relief of poverty, disease and social injustice. U2 was formed when percussionist Larry Mullen Jr. gathered a group of students from his secondary school who responded to a recruitment notice he posted at the school. Originally called “Feedback,” the band also called themselves “The Hype” for a brief period before settling on “U2” in 1978. Over the years U2 has produced some of the most beloved albums of all-time, including Joshua Tree, Under a Blood Red Sky, Atchung Baby, and All That you Can't Leave Behind. U2 has won over 20 Grammy Awards, and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005. In 2014 the band released the album "Songs of Innocence" and announced their Innocence + Experience World Tour. U2 are expected to release their newest album, "Songs of Experience" in 2017 and tour the world in support of it.

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Experience + Innocence Tour - 2018

In honor of their 14th studio album, Songs of Experience, U2 will embark on their 2018 North American leg of their Experience + Innocence Tour, the sequel to 2015’s Innocence + Experience Tour. The tour kicks off May 2nd in Tulsa, OK and will hit 15 major cities including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville, Atlanta, Montreal, Philadelphia, Washington D.C, Boston, and New York City before wrapping up in Newark on June 29th.

U2 Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Tour - 2017

U2 will be embarking on a world tour in 2017 where they will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their monumental album, The Joshua Tree. The U2 Joshua Tree tour will feature the band playing the entire album in concert as well as some of their biggest hits off of other albums. The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary tour kicks off in Vancouver in May and hits cities such as Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Miami, Tampa, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston, and New York before coming to an end in Cleveland in July.

"Innocence + Experience Tour”

Begining in 2015, U2 will embark on their Innocence + Expeience World Tour that will hit more than 18 cities accross the globe. The band will play a pair of shows at each destination, to help meet the enourmous demand for tickets. U2 has claimed that both nights will feature an entirely different feel. The Innocence + Experience Tour comes in support of the band's 2014 Album titled "Songs of Innocence." The album was the first for U2 since 2009 and features hits like "The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)," "The Troubles," and "Cedarwood Road." U2's Tours have evolved to metioric levels, with some considering them the biggest band in the world. The Innocence + Experience Tour will try and give fans a more intimate experience and will feature U2 playing in indoor arenas for the first time in a decade.