U2 Elevate Again

Band returns to North American in October

September 10, 2001 12:00 AM ET

Fresh from the MTV Video Music Awards, where they were honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, U2 have lined up another round of North American tour dates. Appropriately enough, the Irish band will kick off the new leg of the Elevation tour in Notre Dame, Indiana, home of the "Fighting Irish," on October 10th. Ticket prices range from $45 dollars to $130 and go on sale September 15th.

U2 tour dates:
10/10: Notre Dame, IN, Joyce Center
10/12: Montreal, PQ, Molson Center
10/13: Hamilton, ON, Copps Coliseum
10/15: Chicago, United Center
10/19: Baltimore, MD, Arena
10/24: New York, Madison Square Garden
10/28: E. Rutherford, NJ, Continental Airlines Arena
10/30: Providence, RI, Civic Center
11/2: Philadelphia, First Union Center
11/5: Austin, TX, Frank Erwin Center
11/7: Denver, Pepsi Center
11/9: Salt Lake City, Delta Center
11/12: Los Angeles, Staples Center
11/15: Oakland, CA, Arena
11/18: Las Vegas, Thomas & Mack Center

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