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UPDATE:U2 apparently just made music history again, as they recorded "Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way" for the first ever direct-to-acetate live recording. Their post mentioned that the "special limited edition vinyl" is coming soon.

The idea is simple: Fans with extra tickets to trade or sell (face-value only) can tweet their offer to @U2tickets, and those tweets will get retweeted out to everyone who follows @U2tickets. Fans can then handle the trade/sale directly without our involvement. There are some additional rules and guidelines in place, so we strongly suggest you read the account’s first tweet, which will also be pinned on the account page for future reference.

As the E+I tour goes along, we’ll be looking to partner with additional fan sites around the world to help run the account. For now, we’ll work with U2tour.de to handle any unexpected issues that come up and get the account running smoothly before we bring in more fan sites to help.

Note: Both @U2 and U2tour.de will continue to offer fans a place in our respective forums where ticket sales and trades can be done. Ours can be found here. (It’s only visible to logged-in account holders.) This Twitter account isn’t a replacement for those forum boards. Considering the speed of Twitter and the fleeting nature of tweets, you should also check those boards for ticket offers that have been around more than a couple hours or a day.

In the latest podcast, recorded right before U2 took the stage in Chicago, we talk about the #U2eiTour, Bono and Edge on Ellen, and your questions about set lists, Joshua Tree 2017 tour video, Pop remasters, and where to go for drinks in Nashville. The "we" this week is Sherry Lawrence, Mason Merritt, Chris Enns and myself.

U2 brought the Experience + Innocence tour to Chicago on Tuesday night for the first of two shows at the United Center. The evening got a rough start, as an announcement was made around 8:45 that the band’s team was having "technical difficulties" that were causing the delay.

SiriusXM announced today it is launching a limited-run The U2 Experience Channel on channel 30 beginning June 1. This channel will air for 30 days, showcasing the band’s music spanning four decades. The announcement also included more information on the broadcast schedule for the band’s exclusive concert at the Apollo Theater on June 11 for SiriusXM:

The African Well Fund’s Bono Birthday Well campaign will be partnering with The Humanity Project, an organization that has built a maternity clinic in Mloka, Tanzania. Only 44 percent of healthcare facilities that deliver babies have access to water, decent toilets and handwashing with soap. Of these, only 24 percent have a delivery room. The Humanity Project is looking to change that. According to the African Well Fund’s Diane Yoder, “The Humanity Project has made great strides in the development of a health center in this village, which will serve not just the village of Mloka but also the surrounding five villages who currently lack access to medical care. We are incredibly grateful to the AWF leadership team and donors for their support!”

Below you’ll find links to five images with all of the dates and cities that U2 is scheduled to visit on the E+I tour this year. There are two wallpapers for leg one, and three for the second leg. You’re welcome to save any/all to your phone and use them as your home/lock screen as the tour progresses.

UPDATE:U2 apparently just made music history again, as they recorded "Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way" for the first ever direct-to-acetate live recording. Their post mentioned that the "special limited edition vinyl" is coming soon.

The idea is simple: Fans with extra tickets to trade or sell (face-value only) can tweet their offer to @U2tickets, and those tweets will get retweeted out to everyone who follows @U2tickets. Fans can then handle the trade/sale directly without our involvement. There are some additional rules and guidelines in place, so we strongly suggest you read the account’s first tweet, which will also be pinned on the account page for future reference.

As the E+I tour goes along, we’ll be looking to partner with additional fan sites around the world to help run the account. For now, we’ll work with U2tour.de to handle any unexpected issues that come up and get the account running smoothly before we bring in more fan sites to help.

Note: Both @U2 and U2tour.de will continue to offer fans a place in our respective forums where ticket sales and trades can be done. Ours can be found here. (It’s only visible to logged-in account holders.) This Twitter account isn’t a replacement for those forum boards. Considering the speed of Twitter and the fleeting nature of tweets, you should also check those boards for ticket offers that have been around more than a couple hours or a day.

In the latest podcast, recorded right before U2 took the stage in Chicago, we talk about the #U2eiTour, Bono and Edge on Ellen, and your questions about set lists, Joshua Tree 2017 tour video, Pop remasters, and where to go for drinks in Nashville. The "we" this week is Sherry Lawrence, Mason Merritt, Chris Enns and myself.

U2 brought the Experience + Innocence tour to Chicago on Tuesday night for the first of two shows at the United Center. The evening got a rough start, as an announcement was made around 8:45 that the band’s team was having "technical difficulties" that were causing the delay.

SiriusXM announced today it is launching a limited-run The U2 Experience Channel on channel 30 beginning June 1. This channel will air for 30 days, showcasing the band’s music spanning four decades. The announcement also included more information on the broadcast schedule for the band’s exclusive concert at the Apollo Theater on June 11 for SiriusXM:

The African Well Fund’s Bono Birthday Well campaign will be partnering with The Humanity Project, an organization that has built a maternity clinic in Mloka, Tanzania. Only 44 percent of healthcare facilities that deliver babies have access to water, decent toilets and handwashing with soap. Of these, only 24 percent have a delivery room. The Humanity Project is looking to change that. According to the African Well Fund’s Diane Yoder, “The Humanity Project has made great strides in the development of a health center in this village, which will serve not just the village of Mloka but also the surrounding five villages who currently lack access to medical care. We are incredibly grateful to the AWF leadership team and donors for their support!”

Below you’ll find links to five images with all of the dates and cities that U2 is scheduled to visit on the E+I tour this year. There are two wallpapers for leg one, and three for the second leg. You’re welcome to save any/all to your phone and use them as your home/lock screen as the tour progresses.