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The U2 Show 'Achtung Baby' Joshua Tree Album Tour

The U2 Show 'Achtung Baby' Joshua Tree Album Tour

New Zealand! You've asked for it so here it is!

The U2 Show Achtung Baby are finally bringing their sell out "The Joshua Tree" album show to NZ. Direct from Melbourne!

Thursday Feb 28th 2019 – Globe Theatre – PALMERSTON NORTH, NEW ZEALAND
http://www.globetheatre.co.nz/
Friday March 1st 2019 – Cabana – NAPIER, NEW ZEALAND
www.cabana.net.nz/

Sunday March 2nd 2019 – Cossie Club – UPPER HUTT, NEW ZEALAND
www.cossieclubs.org.nz
U2's sonic masterpiece album will be played in its entirety PLUS a set of U2's greatest hits. Songs that U2 no longer play are guaranteed to be heard live on the night.

The U2 Show: Achtung Baby, the international-touring tribute band is performing their most lavish show to date.

The show is performed by a tight group of friends and talented musicians - Michael Cavallaro, Peter Kalamaras, David Attard and Craig Jupp - who have now played together the U2 classics to hundreds of thousands of fans, for over a decade, in every corner of Australia and in the Asia Pacific region.

The show has been described by people such as Mike Jacobson, Chairman of Balls at the world’s largest casino in China’s Macao, ‘the best entertainment for any ball EVER in Macao’.

That is because The U2 Show: Achtung Baby had been giving extreme and methodical attention to all the details that make up the U2 experience what it is - and painstakingly seeking to reproduce, each note, each sound, each nuance of performance and audience interaction. And this is precisely what keeps the fans coming back for more, year after year.
Not to be missed!

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