U2 East Rutherford Tickets
Proclaimed the “Rock’s Hottest Ticket”, 1987 was a defining year for U2. The band’s fifth album “The Joshua Tree” propelled them to international fame, raising their stature from heroes to superstars. Producing the classic numbers like “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” and “With or Without You”, U2 expanded their scope by tracing rock’s roots and implementing the new American sound. The Billboard chart topper is celebrating its 30th anniversary and Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. have decided to take it for a road spin. “Joshua Tree Tour” started on May 12 and will make a stop at the MetLife Stadium on June 28 and 29. U2 East Rutherford tickets holders have been promised live rendition of every song from the album.
U2 Comes Full Circle With The Joshua Tree
Rock music legends, U2 kicked off “Joshua Tree Tour” in style, presenting their most profound collection in front of a jam-packed crowd. They are headed next to the MetLife Stadium for two concerts and fans with U2 East Rutherford tickets will be treated to one of the best experiences of their lives. Here’s why
- Lucky fans who’ve attended the inaugural concerts claim that watching U2 live, performing The Joshua Tree in its entirety is almost like a religious experience. Crowd’s participation in chorus-singing, arm waving and illuminated cellphones held high in the air make a stunning spectacle.
- U2 concerts are packed with powerful moments which include The Edge’s guitar solos, Bono’s unhinged performances and commanding show by Mullen Jr. and Clayton. The music icons let their majestic songs take the center stage and perform in a way that almost feels gracious. Stripped of any superstar posturing, U2 continue to inspire, assuming the mantle of a generationally significant band.
- The live version of “Red Hill Mining Town”, “One Tree Hill”, “Where the Streets Have No Name”, “With or Without You” and “The Little Things That Give You Away” will knock you off your feet.
U2 is thrilled to bring their most influential album to the live audience, who are not hesitating to call it the greatest show on earth.