Connected U2 Fans

The connected U2 fan has choices! We have been working for many years to be able to provide U2 fans with the tools to be connected to other fans around the world. Its about the experience and sharing with your friends, family and even strangers to engage the conversation about U2 and the music that brings us together. 

For us U2TOURFANS has always been about the experience.  Today all of our tools are now available directly from our website. The connected community starts with you. You have some ideas on how we can provide a better experience ? Share them with us directly.  Now lets take a spin around the block.

Youtube

We offer a complete Youtube channel with concert videos provided by our team as well as fans like you. Download the app from our store and you can upload your video direct to us anytime anywhere. All rights and credits reserved to the owner. That's right we give you credit for your images or video.

Instagram

Instagram has been around for sometime we have not been updating as much as we would like. However that has changed, now that we have the ability to upload direct from field. Our interface allows our field team to upload direct so who knows what we will see. Its all U2 all the time.

Connected U

The mobile app connects you to other fans around the world. You can view images, videos and listen to our favorite online station U2 RADIO which provides 24 hour U2 music. The app is designed to provide you a complete show experience and more. Download today.

Twitter

Tweets just a little bird updating you on information you want to know about. U2TOURFANS twitter with connect to Facebook provides a complete rounded fan experience.

Facebook

If its social engagement your looking for check out our Facebook page that connects U2 fans with other U2 fans from around the world. Brazil ?  South Dakota ? Paris ?  Africa ? just a few of the fans that we see often engaging.  

We have more tools and ways for you to connect. Our header has all of the mini icons to the resources available. 

U2 Fan Community

The newest area of our platform was designed to allow fans to communicate and start the conversation. Any conversation as long as it's related to music and of course U2.  Fans this area has launched and currently has been growing. Your welcome to join in the conversation or start one.

Our mission

To connect fans around the world and to create a positive experience for all. To always remember the community has choices and that our goal is to provide the best possible experience for all those that visit our platforms.  

We thank you for your support and look forward to a successful tour season.

 

Another Time, Another Place

Bono's recorded a special contribution to the upcoming vinyl release 'Another Time, Another Place'.

The double 10" album, produced for U2.com subscribers, captures the band playing live at London's Marquee Club in 1980, as they took early songs on the road across Ireland and the UK.

On Side 4 of the the limited edition set, Bono looks back to September 1980, and four consecutive Mondays that the band played the famous Soho venue.

'The first Monday it was half full, the second Monday nearly full, the third Monday they had to turn people away, the fourth Monday, there were queues round the block, across the road and Wardour Street looked like an A-bomb had landed on it – we thought of it as "The Irish Invasion" – it’s incredible what a few hundred people believing in you does for your self confidence...'

Here's the track listing.

  • The Ocean
  • 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
  • I Will Follow
  • An Cat Dubh - Into The Heart
  • A Day Without Me
  • The Electric Co.
  • Things To Make and Do
  • Stories For Boys
  • Boy Girl
  • Out of Control
  • Another Time, Another Place: U2 At The Marquee Club, September 1980 by Bono


'Another Time, Another Place' is now in production and we'll be emailing qualifying subscribers with dispatch details in the next few weeks. In May U2 also start making the tracks available to download.

U2 Concert Ready with New Sound System, Improved Health For Bono

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May 14th can't get here any faster for some U2 fans. Bono has been on recovery since last falls bike accident. The boys have been in Vancouver working on the new tour.

Its different for sure, with no opening band, we have to wonder what will be the walk in music however lets talk more about what we have learned over the last few days.  The New York Times has had access to the boys over the past week to give us some insight to what we can expect.

The concert will be two sets with an intermission with the first half pretty much as fixed set and the second set to be a bit more flexible with arbitrary selections.

U2 has always been on the cut edge side when it comes to technology not only from a sound prospective, stage and lights too. The band has been working on a new audio system that will suspend the speaker arrays from the ceilings pointing down, this will provide a complete immersive experience across the area floor.

The sound will be intense for everyone with no gaps within the house. Its considered to be uniformly transparent with the volume to be constant.

Now the stage will feature three risers, one "I" shaped one for "innocence" a round one shaped like  lower case "e" for "experience and walkway called the divider stage to signify the "passage from innocence to experience. Designed by Es Devlin. 

Remember the band promised another album while don't worry about the tour interference they the finest mobile recording studio heading out with them.

Bono has been writing songs with a few titles almost ready "Red Flag Day", "Civilization" and "Instrument Flying"  We should expect the next album to be within the moment, which could mean more POP music. 

So how is Bono you ask?  Well within the TIMES report Bono stated that the recovery is going well however  "It feels like I have somebody else's hand," the singer said. He likened the feeling to rigor mortis. "They say that nerves heal about a millimeter a week, so in about 13 months I should know if it's coming back." We should not expect Bono to be playing guitar.

So we are about 14 days out from the start and it sure looks to be another amazing tour. Be sure to download your mobile app today to be apart of the experience.

 

Reports in U2 to play in Dublin in December

It is believed that U2 are planning five Dublin concerts this December to mark the end of their Innocence and Experience tour.

According to a report in The Sunday World more than 72,000 tickets are due to go on sale for the shows at the 3Arena in the coming weeks. This will be the first time U2 have played the venue since December 1989, when it was known as The Point.