When did U2 first tour Australia?

When did U2 first tour Australia?

August 1984
Beginning in August 1984 with the band’s first tour to Australia and New Zealand, the tour spanned four further legs which included 43 concerts in Europe and 50 in North America.

When did U2 last tour Australia?

U2 last performed in Australia in 2010 on the 360 Tour, playing a total of eight shows in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. “Our audience has given The Joshua Tree a whole new life on this tour,” said U2 singer Bono, who in 1987 was featured on the cover of Time magazine as the band’s popularity spread globally.

When did U2 play at Sydney Entertainment Centre?

U2 Concerts in Australia

Date Location
Oct 21, 1989 Sydney at Entertainment Center
Oct 20, 1989 Sydney at Entertainment Center
Oct 16, 1989 Melbourne at National Tennis Centre
Oct 14, 1989 Melbourne at National Tennis Centre

Who opened for U2 in 2011?

Comprising three legs and 110 shows, the tour began on 30 June 2009 in Barcelona, Spain, and concluded on 30 July 2011 in Moncton, New Brunswick….Tour dates.

City Leg 1 – Europe Dublin
Venue Croke Park
Opening act Glasvegas Damien Dempsey
Attendance 243,198 / 243,198
Revenue $28,815,352

What year did U2 perform on November 11 in Sydney Australia?

Tour dates

Date City Country
Leg 1: Oceania and Asia
11 November 1989 Auckland New Zealand
17 November 1989 Sydney Australia
18 November 1989

Did BB King come to Australia?

BB King Australian Tour March 1974.

When do U2 tour New Zealand and Australia?

Live Nation is excited to confirm that U2 will bring their acclaimed Joshua Tree Tour to New Zealand and Australia later this year.

When did U2 do the i + e tour?

It began with the i+e Tour of European and North American arenas in 2015. In 2017, to mark the 30th anniversary of The Joshua Tree, the band headed to stadiums in North and South America, as well as Europe. In 2018, following the release of Songs of Experience, it was back to North America and Europe.

Where did U2 do the Joshua Tree Tour?

U2’s Joshua Tree anniversary concert tour visited Oceania and Asia in 2019, marking the band’s first performances in Australia and New Zealand since the 360° Tour in 2010, and their first ever performances in South Korea, Singapore, India, and the Philippines.

When do U2 Go on the road in 2019?

On the road in November and December and heading to New Zealand, Australia, Japan and – for the first time – Singapore, South Korea, the Philippines and India. #TheJoshuaTreeTour2019