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Extra show for Los Angeles, more to come in both North America & Europe

Today, one extra show for U2's Innocence + Experience Tour was announced. A fifth date in Los Angeles will be performed on Wednesday, 3 June 2015.

The announcement also confirms that extra shows will be added in Barcelona, Chicago, London, and New York. The precise dates have not been given, but will be announced soon. Keep in mind that last year U2.com also confirmed that there will be shows in Dublin at the end of 2015 once details are finalised. See the full list of existing dates here; gaps in the schedule should indicate where the extra shows will slot in.

Tickets for the fifth LA show go on sale this Friday, 30 January. If you are a U2.com subscriber who has not yet used their presale code, or a brand new subscriber, there will be a presale beginning at 10am Tuesday, 27 January. Qualifying subscribers will have received an email with their code. If you are an existing subscriber, renewing your subscription for another year won't get you an extra code immediately; we understand that it will be issued when your resubscription starts (e.g. April, if your subscription rolls over to a new year then), to be used during that year.

The addition of just one show in Los Angeles is a little bit of a surprise, as all shows to date have been announced in pairs. The promotional material for this announcement even requotes Bono's statement that night one and night two will be distinctively different. Some fans have noted that the Los Angeles shows to date have not necessarily sold as fast as expected (the original tour schedule allowed for eight shows in the city), so perhaps only one has been added to test the waters and see if sufficient demand exists for a sixth rather than gambling on both at once. Also keep in mind that the band could simply play the night one set thrice and the night two set twice; they need not be played evenly!


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