U2 is not popular not only in US and UK but also through out the world. U2 almost every shows have been sold out when generally tickets are on sell and people want to try to catch them at any cost inspite they want to expense travel cost as well. That’s why U2’s 360° Tour may have already sold out both in Australia and New Zealand but with the announcement of second shows in Auckland, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, fans have another chance to catch them.
“We’re delighted with the reaction of our New Zealand and Australian fans and that we are able to add further dates,” says U2 Manager, Paul McGuinness.
The U2 360° Tour will characteristic a steel arrangement towering 150 feet over the stage and a cylindrical video system.