U2 Concert Poster

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U2 Concert Posters


U2 Poster for the December 19, 2005 Rose Garden Arena, Portland Oregon Concert

Part of the 2005 “Vertigo” Tour.
U@ Vertigo concert Poster
U2’s Vertigo Concert Tour stopped at Portland Oregon on December 19, 2005. This poster includes the setlist of that show.
Price – 9.99





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U2 Vertigo Tour Oakland California dates Concert Posters

U2 Vertigo Concert Tour Oakland Poster

U2 Vertigo Concert Tour Oakland Poster

U2 November 8 and 9 2005 – Oakland California, Oakland Arena, Vertigo Tour Concert Poster. Poster purchase will include the setlists for both shows.
Price- $9.99





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U2’s 2005 Vertigo Tour went Worldwide.

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The Irish Band commenced the tour in support of their “How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb”

album which released in 2004.

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U2 played stadiums around the world on this tour. The Vertigo tour ran throughout 2005 and 2006.

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Amazingly the 2005 gross for the Vertigo tour was $260 Million dollars. Wow! When

the tour finished U2 had played to 4.6 million people and take in 390 million dollars.

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There three separate videos released of concerts on the tour. U2 Live From Milan, U2 3D

and U2 Live from Chicago.

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This was an historic tour that really cemented U2 as one of the all time great touring rock bands.

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The posters here are must haves for any true U2 fan.



Bono was recollecting regarding the excellent old days of U2, circa 1997, with 63,000-plus co-celebrants Tuesday at sold-out Soldier Field show..

On the ’97 arena trip, Bono recommended, U2 was “experimenting and taking dangers,” which is a fairly exact summation of a large show that made every effort for affection and shock, in some cases to its very own hinderance. Warmish testimonials and a blended response from its follower base propelled the Irish quartet to adopt a more mindful technique on succeeding trips and cds, a pattern that was true Tuesday.

Usually on the second jaunt via town on a big tour– U2 opened its current 360 tour in North America at Soldier Field in 2009– the band opens a bit and enables spontaneity push around against all the gizmos and innovation. This year’s design really isn’t merely any kind of aged U2 tour– it is massive by design, from its four-pronged, 167-foot-tall stage-cum – “area terminal” to its forecasted record-setting income of concerning $ 700 thousand.

The previous tour-revenue record-holders, the Rolling Stones, would surely recognize a band in its very own picture: cranking out mostly decades-old pinch hit tickets as higher as $ 250 plus service charge. Prior to the large money managed, such nostalgia-mongering flog-the-oldies bands– whether Gary Puckett and the Union Gap or Gary Lewis and the Playboys– would play the state-fair circuit. Now they’re just what passes for rock nobility and they play soccer arenas.

The U2 that hit Chicago this week is a band that seemed distracted, drew in myriad instructions. Besides Bono’s on-going duties as a worldwide ambassador, there is the fabulous faltering Broadway music, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” that Bono and the Edge have actually been trying to restore. At the same time, the band is stated to be tackling 4 cds with greater than FIFTY tunes in play.

Yet none of those tracks showed up in Tuesday’s 25-song set list top 2 1/2 hours. In comparison to Neil Young, who is regularly previewing brand-new product collectively, U2 once more mainly count on tracks from the ’80s and very early ’90s, total with classic video clips of the Irish heroes when mullets were still in vogue.

There was no rejecting the sheer muscular tissue of the band’s center important trio: the plunging bombardments of sound conjured by Edge’s guitar, the elastic bass lines of Adam Clayton, the substantial drum volleys of Larry Mullen Jr. Triumphant, Bono joined great tone, a stone celebrity in natural leather and shelters regardless of the night’s heat energy, a blustery Irish poet that would certainly be a soul singer.

Yet the concert never ever truly pressed past where it began in Chicago nearly 2 years earlier, with its tasteless space ship periodically producing some sophisticated dazzle: a track introduction from an astronaut aboard a genuine space ship, the International Space Station; another intro from previous Burmese political detainee Aung San Suu Kyi; a round bee-hive of neon that confined the band during “Zooropa”; a sluggish, classy swirl of light throughout “With or Without You.”.

The band all but neglected its latest workshop cd, “No Line imminent,” a hit-and-miss affair, to ensure, yet the U2 that played Soldier Field in 1997 was not almost so dismissive of the much-maligned (and highly underrated) workshop album of the minute, “Pop.” Similarly, “No Line” is the band’s best job because that album, but its lack of commercial favorites has made U2 gun-shy. A few monitors from that cd were among the gig’s finest minutes: a retooled “I’ll Go Crazy if I Don’t Crazy Tonight,” with its steering nightclub topped glorifying Chicago property songs, its center a few blocks away at the site of the aged Warehouse club. And the penultimate “Moment of Surrender” was a slow-burn hymn that rates with the band’s most gripping ballads.

The U2 that hit Chicago this week is a band that appeared distracted, pulled in myriad instructions. The band is said to be operating on 4 cds with even more compared to 50 songs in play.

In the very same method, “No Line” is the band’s ideal job since that cd, and yet its lack of business favorites has made U2 gun-shy.


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