By Colin Stutz, Billboard
The band will return to North America and hit South America this fall.
U2 is extending its Joshua Tree tour this fall by adding two months of shows in North and South America.
The 30th anniversary celebration of the band's seminal album The Joshua Tree kicked off last month and had previously been announced to run until Aug. 1.
Now, the trek will resume Sept. 3 in Detroit, wrapping that U.S. run on Sept. 22 in San Diego. It resumes again Oct. 3 in Mexico City and concludes Oct. 19 in São Paulo, Brazil. Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will support the South American dates.
See all the newly announced dates here:
Sep 3 - Detroit, MI Ford Field
Sep 5 - Buffalo, NY New Era Field
Sep 8 - Minneapolis, MN US Bank Stadium
Sep 10 - Indianapolis, IN Lucas Oil Stadium
Sep 12 - Kansas City, MO Arrowhead Stadium
Sep 16 - St. Louis, MO The Dome At America's Center
Sep 22 - San Diego, CA Qualcomm Stadium
Oct 3 - Mexico City, Mexico Foro Sol
Oct 7 - Bogota, Colombia, Estadio El Campin
Oct 10 - Buenos Aires, Argentina La Plata
Oct 14 - Santiago, Chile Estadio Nacional
Oct 19 - Sao Paulo, Brazil Morumbi Stadium
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