U2 is currently in the midst of its gigantic eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tour that'll bring the band to arenas around the world. Among those dates, they'll be playing one show at a much more intimate venue. On June 11, the band stops at the Apollo Theater for a concert sponsored by Sirius XM radio. (Previously the station has hosted intimate gigs with Bruce Springsteen, Metallica, Paul McCartney and Guns N' Roses at the venue.)
For a chance to win a ticket you'll have to be a SiriusXM subscriber (or be willing to shell out a seriously huge amount of cash). Enter at siriusxm.com/U2.
The Irish rockers have never performed at hallowed Harlem venue, which is kind of amazing when you consider that they've played Madison Square Garden some 30-odd times. They'll be at MSG once again starting June 25—and tickets to that should be a little easier to come by.
Before you head out to either gig though, make sure to take a look at our ranking of the best U2 songs of all time and weigh.