U2 Amsterdam Tickets
One of the most famous bands in the history of rock music, U2 will be making a stop in Netherlands as part of their “Innocence + Experience” tour. They are all set to take center stage at the Ziggo Dome where they will perform songs from their thirteenth studio album, ‘Songs of Innocence’ and the biggest hits from their repertoire. The group has a lot of hit singles to its credit including Beautiful Day, Take Me to the Clouds Above, Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of, Sweetest Thing and Stay (Faraway, So Close). If rock music is your thing, then get your U2 Amsterdam tickets and watch your favorite band hit the stage live for an epic concert.
The legends of rock, U2 are on their way to the Netherlands. This is one band that has been there and has done it all over the years to cement its place among the biggest names in history. Now that they are on their way to the Ziggo Dome this is your chance to catch them live. Grab your U2 Amsterdam tickets and rock the night away in the company of these legends.
U2 were incepted in the year 1976. The band came out with its debut album, ‘Boy’ in 1980 and went platinum in no time. They came out with a succession of hits but the icing on the cake came with their fifth studio album ‘The Joshua Tree’ in 1987 which topped charts in twenty countries. The album sold more than twenty five million copies and became one of the world’s best-selling albums. The band has released a total of seven studio and five compilation albums while totaling around one hundred and fifty million records in sales.
U2 have won nine Billboard Music Awards, six MTV Video Music Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, eight Brit Awards and three Juno Awards. They have also scooped an incredible twenty two Grammy Awards, the most by any other rock band in history. U2 was ranked at the number two position on the list of the “100 Greatest Artist of All Time” by the Rolling Stones. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees are now on their way to Amsterdam now. Watch them rock the arena as they step on the stage at the Ziggo Dome.