More than 40 years after it first formed, rock ban U2 is about to embark on yet another tour. This one, the eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tour, set to kick off on May 2 in Tulsa, is the band’s 17th tour.
This year’s tour, which includes 24 dates throughout the U.S. and Canada, is currently the least expensive of the band’s last four tours. According to data from TicketIQ.com, the current average asking price for a ticket is $149, less than half of the cost of a Joshua Tree 2017 ticket, which cost fans $208.44. The 2015 Innocence + Experience Tour averaged $198.27 and 2011’s 360 Tour cost 152.67.
While fans can buy tickets to the current tour for that $149 average, several of the shows in the biggest cities – two in the New York metro area and one in Los Angeles – are currently over $200. The most expensive ticket, according to TicketIQ.com, is at New York’s Madison Square Garden on June 25 ($265), followed by the June 9 show at Nassau Coliseum ($216) and May 15 at Los Angeles’ The Forum ($202).
The cheapest tickets to see U2 currently come in at under $100 — $85 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on June 13 and $98 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 11.
The tour wraps up at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ on June 29. The current average ticket price for that show is $126.
The eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tour, the sequel to the 2015 tour, will feature music from the band’s recently released “Songs of Experience” album, which includes previously released tracks “You’re the Best Thing About Me” and “The Blackout.”
No matter where you are along the tour route, TicketIQ.com can help fans get a seat to see U2. Among TicketIQ.com’s Low Price Guarantee listings, seats can be had for as little as $68 in Section 320, high up behind the stage for the Tulsa date or in Row D in Section 111, just to the right and in front of the stage, for $1,341.
eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tou Dates
May 2 – Tulsa, OK BOK Center
May 4 – St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
May 7 – San Jose, CA SAP Center
May 8 – San Jose, CA SAP Center
May 11 – Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena
May 12 – Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena
May 15 – Los Angeles, CA The Forum
May 16 – Los Angeles, CA The Forum
May 22 – Chicago, IL United Center
May 23 – Chicago, IL United Center
May 26 – Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
May 28 – Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Arena
June 5 – Montreal, QC Bell Centre
June 6 – Montreal, QC Bell Centre
June 9 – Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum
June 13 – Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
June 14 – Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
June 17 – Washington, DC Capital One Arena
June 18 – Washington, DC Capital One Arena
June 21 – Boston, MA TD Garden
June 22 – Boston, MA TD Garden
June 25 – New York, NY Madison Square Garden
June 26 – New York, NY Madison Square Garden
June 29 – Newark, NJ Prudential Center