U2 is an Irish rock band that formed in 1976. The band consists of Bono (vocals and guitar), The Edge (guitar, keyboard, and vocals), Adam Clayton (bass guitar), and Larry Mullen Jr. (drums). Over the course of their career, U2 has released 14 studio albums and become one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with over 150 million records sold worldwide.
Throughout their career, U2 has undertaken many tours to promote their albums and music. Some of their most famous tours include the “Joshua Tree Tour” in support of the album “The Joshua Tree” (1987), the “Zoo TV Tour” in support of the album “Achtung Baby” (1992), and the “U2 360° Tour” (2009-2011), which was the highest-grossing concert tour of all time at that time.
It’s very common for bands to take a break from touring or in some cases long hiatus, It’s hard to say for certain if U2 will be touring in the future, as the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the live music industry and many tours and concerts have been canceled or postponed.
So far, it’s hard to say if the Irish rock quartet will tour in 2023. According to rumors, one of the members of the group is planning to undergo a serious operation, so his health condition does not yet allow for a concert tour.
Forbes magazine has estimated the sales of U2 songs. According to him, in 2022 they reached nearly $200 million worldwide. The Irish rock quartet have been at the top for decades, their popularity is not much less today.
The only reliable report about the band’s concert in the United States of America is that the band will perform in the American Las Vegas and will open the new Sin City arena.
It should be noted that U2 has not toured the United States since 2018, when they went on a major tour called Experience + Innocence.
December 2019 was the last stage in the group’s collaboration after the anniversary concert in Mumbai, India. New concerts and tours were announced, but the pandemic has made its own adjustments, so for now the prospects for the band’s touring activities are very uncertain, despite the fact that the situation with the pandemic has improved significantly. So far, only the band’s future concert in Brisbane is known, which should take place on February 11, 2023.