May 28, 2009

U2's 3rd night in Dublin not sold out

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From The Evening Herald:


It's hard to believe, but tickets for U2's third Croke Park gig are still available.

Given that tickets for the U2 360 tour sold out in just 40 minutes last March, it seemed natural that their final gig on July 27 would go the same way.

But fans of the chart-topping superstars should note that there's still a chance to see the fab foursome in action when they take to the stage at the monster stadium this summer as they tour their No Line on the Horizon album.

The release is currently enjoying a mixed reaction from fans around the world.

Although their new single, Magnificent, stormed in at number five in the Irish charts, it has failed to set the British charts alight and peaked at only 79 in America's Billboard Hot 100.

Nonetheless, the band still sold some 484,000 copies of their new album in the first week Stateside.

U2 will kickstart their ambitious 100-date world tour on June 30 in Barcelona and will perform a string of dates around Europe.

Then they will be starting their American tour on September 12 at Soldier Field in Chicago.

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