U2’s 360 tour is expected to spin into the TCF Bank Stadium sometime next summer.
“June 27th, ” said Cities 97 radio personality Brian Turner. “With tickets going on sale November 21st as it’s looking right now.”
It’s a stop music industry experts agree wouldn’t happen if it wasn’t for the new outdoor stadium.
Turner said fans—like the bands—enjoy playing outdoors and until recently the Twin Cities didn’t have a legitimate stadium venue, now there are two.
Target Field and TCF Bank Stadiums will open up opportunities the state hasn’t seen in decades.
The University of Minnesota could potentially earn nearly $2-million in ticket sales alone for a U2 concert.
Concession sales will also bring in a few bucks.
Unlike school-sanctioned events, alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase during concerts at the stadium.
More information about the show and an official date for the concert is expected Monday.