The one and only U2 will be stopping at the U.S. Bank Stadium on Friday, September 8th. Friday night’s show is part of U2’s “The Joshua Tree Tour” where, you guessed it, they will be playing their iconic 1987 album in full. Even after 30 years, “The Joshua Tree” is a pivotal album in the rock world. Whether you hate them or love them, there’s no denying U2’s huge influence across many genres of music. The Irish quartet’s live show is something that has been praised time and time again. Even though The Joshua Tree came out before I was even born, I am more than excited to see this influential band live. Although this tour is an anniversary for “The Joshua Tree”, I think it’s safe to assume that they will be playing so much more. Mix their music with, what is said to be, an amazing live show and this Friday may be the best Friday of your year.
Beck will be opening the show. After catching him just a couple of weeks ago at The Palace Theatre in St. Paul, I can tell you that being able to see him will just be the icing and cherry on top.
Tickets are still available here.