U2 Announce The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Tour

U2 released their classic album The Joshua Tree back in March 1987, which means it’s about to turn 30 years old. In celebration of that fact, the band have officially announced their previously teased The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary tour, which will, as rumored, include a headlining set at Bonnaroo. They’ll play the album in full every night. Oh, and the Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, and OneRepublic are opening, with Noel Gallagher opening the European dates. Check out the dates, plus a trailer for the tour, below.

05/12 Vancouver, BC @ BC Place Stadium *
05/14 Seattle, WA @ Century Link Field *
05/17 San Francisco, CA @ Levi’s Stadium *
05/20 Pasadena, CA @ Rose Bowl #
05/24 Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium #
05/26 Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium #
06/03 Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field #
06/07 Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field #
06/08-11 Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo
06/11 Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium ^
06/14 Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium ^
06/18 Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field #
06/20 Washington, DC @ FedEx Field #
06/23 Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre #
06/25 Boston, MA @ Gillette Stadium #
06/28 East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium #
07/01 Cleveland, OH @ FirstEnergy Stadium ^
07/08 London, UK @ Twickenham $
07/12 Berlin, Germany @ Olympic Stadium $
07/15 Rome, Italy @ Olympic Stadium $
07/18 Barcelona, Spain @ Olympic Stadium $
07/22 Dublin, Ireland @ Croke Park $
07/25 Paris, France @ Stade De France $
07/29 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Amsterdam Arena $
08/01 Brussels, Belgium @ Stade Roi Baudouin $

* with Mumford & Sons
# with the Lumineers
^ with OneRepublic
$ with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

And here’s Liam Gallagher’s response to the tour announcement:

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