U2's Return to Paris

Paris, France:  Over the last few days new rumors have started to surface that the band may be returning to France after the Dublin shows.

However this has yet to be to confirmed. The French authorities will decide when U2 returns to Paris according to Bono's comments during earlier interview.  

The band is currently in Ireland playing a total of 6 shows will continue to finish out this leg of the tour and return to the studio to finish up the next album which is due to be released early 2016. 

Mean time Bono reflected back on the MSG shows; The feeling of Madison Square Garden was just unbelievable. ... The feeling was just "this is who we are; you can't change us,"

Bono said" 'You're not going to turn us into haters, or you're not going to turn us around in the way we go about our lives.' That was the feeling of Madison Square Garden back then, and I hope that will be the feeling at Bercy (the arena in Paris) when we get back there."

Mark Peterson our lead photographer captured the complete MSG residency and has created one of the best U2 concert photo collection available this tour for fans.   Your can purchase this limited edition book directly from the website and the book will be shipped worldwide.

U2 All Star Event Possible

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U2 / Mark Peterson / U2Tourfans

Sources suggest that U2 have been in talks to lead an all star Paris concert event to benefit the victims of November 13th attacks.

The boys are in discussions to put together a concert to help the families of the victims.  Bono has been trying to work on getting other musicians lined up to support the event.  In the wake of most bands now canceling any euro tour this might be a challenge.

However if any one can pull it off Bono would be the one to get everyone engaged.  We will check back with our sources and update as information becomes available.


Finally the completed works of Mark Peterson have arrived and are now available on-line for sale. Mark is traveling to the next concert location and will be on site taking photos as he has done many times before. However this time he will be out looking for you the fan. Lets be sure to support Mark and his wonderful work. Thank you

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As U2 rocked Madison Square Garden in New York City for 8 concerts back in July 2015 , U2Tourfans very own Mark Peterson was hard at work taking amazing photos for our U2 fans to enjoy. The amazing shows that they were are now available to view through the lens of Mark Peterson. He has produced 2 styles of Photobooks that will take you back to Madison Square Garden through some amazing images. The story line is evident through the photos and this will allow you to relive the set list from start to finish.

The Standard Photo book is 11.25” x 8.75” and has 40 pages. This book would cost you $75 to print yourself, we are selling for $45 USD (45 Euro/35 GBP) + postage.

The Deluxe Edition is 15” x 11.25” and has 50 pages. This book also has high gloss images and lay flat pages, as well as an additional 10 pages of images. This book presents over $180 of Retail value to get it made yourself, we are selling this to you for $90.00 USD (90 Euro/75 GBP) + postage.

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Bono Speaks Out Against Terrorism

Paris, France:  In response to the attacks in Paris as well as a government issued request U2 along with other concert events have all canceled their Friday Night and Saturday night shows. Saturday's nights show was to be the HBO special which industry insiders stated this would be the return of HBO's live event programming to compete against the slew of online entertainment choices. 

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 Bono/U2/Mark Peterson/U2tourfans 2015

As the events unfolded Brian Murphy Head of U2 security already alerted the band and crew and safely marshaled everyone back to the hotel safely. The city was closed with no airport access, no ground transportation moving in or around the city. The band and crew remained at the hotel to watch in horror as the events unfolded on TV.

Bono spoke out on Dave Fanning's broadcast "This is the first direct hit on music that we've had in this so-called 'War on Terror' or whatever it's called," continued the singer, known for his left-leaning political views. "It's very upsetting. These are our people. This could be me at a show. You at a show, in that venue. It's a very recognizable situation for you and for me and the coldblooded aspect of this slaughter is deeply disturbing and that's what I can't get out of my head."

The band laid bouquets of flowers on a makeshift candlelight memorial on the pavement next to the scene of the deadliest incident, a shooting attack inside the Bataclan Theatre.

Gunmen shot dead at least 110 people watching the American band Eagles of Death Metal perform at the concert hall. The musicians survived, while Nick Alexander, 36, who worked at their merchandise table during the group's our, was killed, his family said in a statement to Rolling Stone.

At least 129 people were killed in all six attacks, the deadliest to take place in Paris since World War II. The terrorist group ISIS has claimed responsibility.

HBO, Live Nation and U2 are "are fully resolved to go ahead with this show at an appropriate time,"

Our crew will be heading to Belfast and Dublin to capture the final shows for 2015. This has been an interesting year for the band one filled with grief, sorrow, loss and as well as many outstanding memorable times. No word has been given yet for 2016/2017 dates however knowing U2 we would expect the boys to head out on the next leg around the world.