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U2 is playing the Apollo Theater next month

Andrew Frisicano

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

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.


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