Tickets for the Istanbul concert of world-famous rock group U2, playing Sept. 2, have gone on sale all around Turkey.
According to a statement made by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts, or İKSV, tickets for the concert, being organized by Live National in collaboration with Pozitif, İKSV and the Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture Agency, were previously only available from the Biletix website.
Fans are now able to buy tickets at all Biletix sales points in Turkey.
Tickets for the concert, to be held at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium, are also available at Babylon box offices and Garanti Paramatik points and prices range from between 50 and 750 Turkish Liras. Lodge tickets, costing 750 liras, have sold out.
The concert, which will be the largest stadium concert ever performed in Turkey, also features a support concert by important British alternative rock group Snow Patrol.
The European leg of U2’s “360° Tour” kicked offFriday night in the Italian city of Torino. After Italy, and just finished Franfurt Germany, Denmark, Finland, Russia and Austria. U2 will arrive in Istanbul on Sept. 6 after a concert in Athens Sept. 3.