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مشاهدة النسخة كاملة : يو تو, ملعب كروك بارك, The Joshua Tree Tour‏


eshrag
01-09-2017, 03:27 PM
The Joshua Tree Tour was a concert tour by the Irish rock band U2, which took place during 1987, in support of their album The Joshua Tree. The tour was depicted by the video and live album Live from Paris.
Contents [hide]
1 Itinerary
2 Cover performances
3 Filming for Rattle and Hum documentary
4 Support acts
5 Injuries
6 Tour dates
7 References
8 External links
Itinerary[edit]

Fans waiting for U2 outside Hartford Civic Center May 1987
This tour's opening night was 2 April at Arizona State University's Activity Center in Tempe, Arizona. The day before the opening night, Bono had partially lost his voice, due to the week of rehearsals the band held at A.S.U.'s Activity Center. He asked the audience to help him sing the majority of the set, which they were happy to do. He had fully regained his voice for the second of the two shows at the arena on 4 April.
The first leg took place in American indoor arenas during April and May. The 29 concerts generated US$7,501,329 with a total of 465,452 tickets sold. 1,063 tickets from Las Vegas remained unsold equating to a 99.77% sellout for the 1st American leg.[1] The first leg finished with 5 concerts at the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford between 11 and 16 May.
The second leg in European arenas and outdoor stadiums ran from late May through to early August, starting at the Stadio Flaminio in Rome on 27 May.[2] The final show of the European leg is at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork on 8 August.[3]
The third leg returned to American and Canadian arenas and stadiums in the autumn. The tour ended on 20 December back where it started in Tempe, Arizona, but this time at Sun Devil Stadium.