U2 Rocks 58K Fans in Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES- After five years without coming to light blue and white ground, U2 returns to appear tonight in Argentina in the first of three concerts that will provide in the Estadio Unico de La Plata (the other two will be on 2 and 3 April) as part of their tour called “Tour 360 º.”  

Fans of the group began to enter the premises and nearby recorded long queues.

Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen, promised to provide a spectacle never seen before, generating feelings for all the senses.

It is expected that the group, which sold over 190 million records worldwide, with emphasis on his latest album, “Songs of Ascent”, without forgetting its iconic themes such as “Sunday Bloody Sunday”, “With or Without You “” One “and” City of Blinding Lights, “among others.

The group U2, formed in 1976, was twice in the country until this series of concerts. Both played at the Monumental de Nuñez. The first was in 1998 and the second under the “Vertigo Tour” in 2006. Wearing a jacket with the colors of the flag of Argentina, Bono became delirious crowd at both dates.