U2 is celebrating the 30th anniversary of their acclaimed 1987 album, "The Joshua Tree," by performing it in its entirety at stadiums across North America and Europe this spring and summer.
The tour which will begin on May 12 in Vancouver includes a stop at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on June 14. The largest crowd ever recorded in the stadium, more than 72,000 people, came on October 9, 2009, with U2's 360° Tour.
According to Rolling Stone magazine, U2: The Joshua Tree Tour 2017 will be the first time the rock band has played a classic album in concert.
"The Joshua Tree" includes such classics as "Where The Streets Have No Name," "With or Without You" and "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."
The concert may not follow the album's order of tracks, but it will include them all. U2 is also planning on releasing a new album this year called "Songs of Experience."
Tickets for the U.S. shows go on sale Tuesday, January 17. There will have general admission seating on the field and reserved seats in the stands. Presales open for U2 fan club members starting on Wednesday.
May 12 - Vancouver, BC at BC Place
May 14 - Seattle, WA at CenturyLink Field
May 17 - Santa Clara, CA at Levi's Stadium
May 20 - Los Angeles, CA at Rose Bowl
May 24 - Houston, TX at NRG Stadium
May 26 - Dallas, TX at AT&T Stadium
June 3 - Chicago, IL at Soldier Field
June 7 - Pittsburgh, PA at Heinz Field
June 11 - Miami, FL at Hard Rock Stadium
June 14 - Tampa, FL at Raymond James Stadium
June 18 - Philadelphia, PA at Lincoln Financial Field
June 20 - Washington, DC at FedExField
June 23 - Toronto, ONT at Rogers Centre
June 25 - Boston, MA at Gillette Stadium
June 28 - East Rutherford, NJ at MetLife Stadium
July 1 - Cleveland, OH at FirstEnergy Stadium
The Lumineers will open for every show except for the Vancouver, Seattle and Santa Clara shows (Mumford & Sons), and the Miami, Tampa and Cleveland shows (OneRepublic).