1. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    I'm against it so that's a downer for me...

    If I recall correctly think they've visited Atlanta in all their US tours since the Boy Tour (except Lovetown, obviously)... So I don't think they'll leave you gig-less this time!
    Skipped us on i/e... first time ever. We usually get repeat dates on tours that shift from arena to stadiums, too!
  2. Ah, right, I hadn't thought of I&E. What a shame. That was a strange itinerary anyway... I hope Atlanta doesn't become Madrid all of a sudden (in U2 gigs terms, I mean, not in manspreading banning)
  3. Originally posted by LikeASong:[..]
    Ah, right, I hadn't thought of I&E. What a shame. That was a strange itinerary anyway... I hope Atlanta doesn't become Madrid all of a sudden (in U2 gigs terms, I mean, not in manspreading banning)
    (in U2 gigs terms, I mean, not in manspreading banning)
  4. Reading Adam's interview, it seems the only way for U2 to tour Australia in the coming years would be to do the JT tour there later this year/early next year (given the stadium/arena comment).
  5. I can see Phoenix being filmed.
  6. Originally posted by Remy:Reading Adam's interview, it seems the only way for U2 to tour Australia in the coming years would be to do the JT tour there later this year/early next year (given the stadium/arena comment).
    Springsteen has done three indoor tours here in the past four years. I'd imagine the demand for U2 indoors would match his. They'd be mini residencies in each city if so (at least 4-8 shows). Not sure they'll do anything like NYC on the IE the tour again, which is what demand would be on the east coast here. Sadly you're probably right.
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