By Brian Ives
Lots of people complained about receiving U2‘s latest album, Songs of Innocence, for free on their iPhones, but on the other hand, it seems that there are many who don’t have a problem with paying anywhere from $50 to over $300 per ticket to see the band perform live.
The rockers announced their 2015 tour dates last week, and now they’ve announced that additional dates in New York, Chicago, Boston, Montreal, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Berlin and Paris—due to, of course, “popular demand.”
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Odds are, lots of hardcore fans are going to at least a pair of shows (or more), as there will be at least two different set lists being used on consecutive nights.
“We are going to try to have a completely different feeling from night one to night two,” Bono said in a press statement. “And have some fun playing with the idea of innocence and experience. More to be revealed!”