U2 Setlist The Joshua Tree Tour
In a 37-second clip released on Christmas U2 released news of a 30th-anniversary celebration for “The Joshua Tree.” With a U2 concert tour in 2017 expected for their “Song’s of Experience” release the band could also be exploring a revival of “Joshua Tree Tour” in some capacity. Below you will find the U2 Setlist The Joshua Tree Tour songs played in concert.
The Joshua Tree Tour was a worldwide concert tour by the Irish rock group U2 which originally took place in 1987. Below you will find the average U2 Setlist The Joshua Tree Tour 2016 World Tour.
The U2 Joshua Tree Tour was in support of their The Joshua Tree album which U2 released March 9, 1987.
U2 debuted atop the US Billboard Top Pop Albums and went on to be certified “Diamond” with over 10,000,000 albums sold.
The Joshua Tree Singles
U2 released five singles in support of The Joshua Tree Album.
“With or Without You” March 21, 1987. Peaked at number one.
“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” May 1987. Peaked at number one.
“Where the Streets Have No Name” August 7, 1987. Peaked at number thirteen.
“In God’s Country” November 16, 1987 (North America only).
“One Tree Hill” March 1988 (Australia and New Zealand only).
The Joshua Tree Tour
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The original U2 Joshua Tree Tour consisted three legs with a total of one hundred and eleven dates on the U2 Joshua Tree concert tour.
The U2 Joshua Tree Tour kicked off April 2, 2087, at the Arizona State University Activity Center in Tempe, Arizona. The final concert date on tour November 22, 2016, at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona.
The Joshua Tree Tour Box Office Gross
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The total attendance of the U2 The Joshua Tree Tour 1,946,920 out of a possible 1,974,838. The Joshua Tree Tour World Tour grossed the Irish Rockers $33,312,043.
U2’s The Joshua Tree Tour Accolades
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In 1987, The Joshua Tree Tour won Major Tour of the Year Pollstar Awards beating out Pink Floyd and Neil Diamond. The Joshua Tree was also up for Most Creative Stage Set but lost to Pink Floyd.
U2 Setlist The Joshua Tree Tour
U2 In God’s Country
The U2 Joshua Tree setlist was taken from the U2 Los Angeles concert at the LA Coliseum on November 17, 1987.
Where the Streets Have No Name.
I Will Follow.
Trip Through Your Wires (last performance ever).
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For (with ‘Exodus’ snippet).
One Tree Hill.
Exit (with Van Morrison’s ‘Gloria’ snippet).
In God’s Country.
Helter Skelter (The Beatles cover) (last performance ever).
Help! (The Beatles cover) (Bono acapella).
Bullet the Blue Sky.
Running to Stand Still.
Sunday Bloody Sunday.
New Year’s Day.
Pride (In the Name of Love).
With or Without You (with ‘Shine Like Stars’ coda).
Mothers of the Disappeared (with ‘El Pueblo Vencera’ snippet).
People Get Ready (The Impressions cover).
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)(Darlene Love cover).
The average U2 Setlist The Joshua Tree Tour contained 39.4% from the album The Joshua Tree. 19.6% from The Unforgettable Fire. 14.8% from War. 10% cover songs. 6.6% from October. 6.4% from Boy. 2.1% others. 0.6% The Best Of 1980-1990. 0.5% Rattle and Hum.
U2 The Joshua Tree Tour Secondary Market Ticket Cost
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The average price for U2 tickets on the secondary market for the “The Joshua Tree Tour 2016” averaged $139.00 per ticket. The cheapest price for tickets to see U2 was $65.00 per seat.
U2 Seating Chart for 30th Anniversary of The Joshua Tree
Although the U2 concert tour 2017 actual dates or concert seating arrangement have yet to be announced, above is a possible U2 Seating Chart 2017 The Joshua Tree tour 30th Anniversary setup based off of previous U2 seating chart configurations.
U2 “The Joshua Tree” Anniversary Tour in 2017
In 2017, U2 will release “Songs of Experience” the follow up to the bands 2014 “Songs of Innocence.” According to The Edge, The Songs of Experience album will be similar to the bands 1993 Zooropa release. U2 is expected to head out on the second part of their tour this time playing major stadiums.
Also, according to Bono “in honor thirty years of Joshua Tree, we have some very special shows coming.” Does this mean there will be another U2 Joshua Tree concert tour of smaller select venues? Stay tuned for more information on these very special U2 2017 concerts.
There is also rumors of U2 being one of the headliner’s for the 2017 Desert Trip concert taking place in Indio California. You can sign up for more information on Desert Trip tickets for the upcoming shows.
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