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U2 is Coming to Manila in December 2019
by LoopMe Philippines

As published on U2.com, Bono has posted a hand-drawn message to their fans in Manila, announcing a new date on the band's upcoming Joshua Tree Tour.

"Bono, Edge, Adam and Larry coming to rock you hard & soft... loud & vivid, black & white & colour Dec 11."

Image grabbed from www.u2.com

"Manila is a first," says Bono. "And that has everyone on their toes…. this has to be one of the great ones!"

"We really wanted to bring The Joshua Tree Tour to Asia," added Edge. "We'd always hoped that it would include a show in the Philippines and now we can finally say that we will see you in December. We are very excited."

Ticket prices are as follows:

Tickets will be available through the presale for U2.com subscribers from September 1 to 3, 2019.

For more information regarding subscription presales and VIP Packages, visit U2.com.

Smart presale is on September 4, 2019. Public on sale launches on September 5, 2019 starting 10:00 AM via smtickets.com.

This is a show you definitely won't want to miss!

For more details and inquiries, visit MMI Live's Facebook page.

For more updates, log in to LoopMe Philippines and follow MMI Live.

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