U2 adds second Toronto gig

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By BILL HARRIS, Sun Media

Make it two for U2.

It has been confirmed that U2 has added a second Toronto show this fall.

The legendary Irish band now will bring its 360 Degrees Tour to the Rogers Centre on back-to-back nights, Sept. 16 and 17. The opening act for both shows will be Snow Patrol.

Tickets go on sale Monday at 10 a.m., through Live Nation and Ticketmaster outlets, as well as at the Rogers Centre.

Prices are $32, $57, $97 and $252, plus service charges. There is an eight-ticket limit per customer.

In other concert news, it was announced that Keith Urban will make a stop in Toronto when his Escape Together World Tour gets under way this fall. The Toronto show will include a "surprise special guest." Urban's wife Nicole Kidman, perhaps?

Anyway, an exact date for the Toronto show has not been confirmed, but tickets are scheduled to go on sale May 1.

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