U2: The Joshua Tree Tour 2019 in Japan

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U2 announced a couple of Tokyo shows as part of the upcoming “The Joshua Tree Tour 2019”.
It’s been a long time! In fact, Japanese fans have been 13 years for U2’s return.

With this tour, U2 commemorates their landmark 1987 album which includes some of their greatest hits such as “With or Without You” and “Where the Streets Have No Name”. Judging from set-lists of previous tour legs, the band will perform the album in its entirety (plus a whole bunch of tracks from other albums).

Both gigs will take place in Saitama, in the outskirts of Tokyo. Members of their fan club are first in line when it comes to ticket sales.

See further below for more ticket sale details.


U2 Japan Tour Dates

December 4th, 2019 (Wed) – Saitama Super Arena
Doors: 18:00 / Start: 19:30

December 5th, 2019 (Thu) – Saitama Super Arena
Doors: 18:00 / Start: 19:30

Ticket Categories

RED ZONE Standing: ¥60,000 (approx. US$550)
Standing Front: ¥19,800 (approx. US$180)
Standing Rear: ¥15,800 (approx. US$145)
SS Seats: ¥38,800 (approx. US$355)
S Seats: ¥19,800 (approx. US$180)
A Seats: ¥16,800 (approx. US$155)

Official Seat Map (subject to change)

What are the benefits of RED ZONE tickets?
You get priority venue entry, a collectors souvenir ticket, an opportunity to be chosen for a pre-show backstage tour, access to purchase pre-show refreshments. Also, a portion of the proceeds from your purchase supports the (RED) campaign. However, note that ID will be checked for these type of tickets, so you need to purchase them using your own name and can probably not enter with RED ZONE tickets from resellers or scalpers.

Ticket Sale

Fan Club Pre-order: June 4th to June 6th
Redhill members can purchase from June 4th, 12:00 Japan time.
Wire members get access 24 hours later.
1st Pre-order lotteries (Japanese ticket outlets): June 14th to June 23rd
2nd Pre-order Lotteries: July 1st to July 13th
General sale: July 20th 10am JST (English sale on eplus International)

Even if sold out, resale tickets can be bought on international sites like Stubhub or Viagogo.
Note: there might be ID checks (for Red Zone tickets, there will be checks for sure).


Disclaimer: *** Information as of July 5th, 2019 but subject to change without notice / accuracy of this information is not guaranteed / make sure to double-check if you are planning to attend these shows ***