U2 adds another 11 dates in January and February to Las Vegas tour

October 20, 2023

The group has added performances due to ‘unprecedented demand' from fans.

Rock band U2 has added 11 more dates in 2024 for its show, U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere. The band will play another three shows at the end of January and eight more during the month of February.

Since its launch at the end of September, the tour has resulted in nine sold-out shows, prompting the band to add more dates to the line-up, bringing the shows total to 36 concert dates.

U2’s final show at the Sphere will take place February 18 2024.

General ticket sales for the added shows will go on sale to the public October 25. Fans can get in on presale options on U2.com, running from October 19 through October 21. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster.

Fans can also purchase VIP passes. Up to 50 tickets per show will be available for the VIP riser, and proceeds from sales will go to Bono and Bobby Shriver’s (RED) organization, which was founded to fight AIDS and “the injustices that enable pandemics to thrive.”

Organization President and COO Jennifer Lotito said the group is excited to expand U2’s performance schedule and commended the band for its past charitable donations.

She commented, “We’re so grateful once again to U2 for their generosity. And we’re very excited that each ‘U2:UV Achtung Baby Live At Sphere’ performance will feature an iconic (RED) Zone, which lets fans choose (RED) and save lives while enjoying the show with an excellent view of the stage”, said Jennifer Lotito, President and COO of (RED).

“Over the years, U2’s generosity has delivered nearly $23m for (RED)’s fight to end AIDS. Thanks to U2 and U2 fans everywhere for helping (RED) make preventable and treatable disease preventable and treatable for everyone.”


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