U2 has extended their Joshua Tree Tour for a second leg in early Fall, adding another 9 shows at various cities across the U.S. Each show will be held at the cities NFL stadium, starting with Ford Field in Detroit on September 3rd. With this tour taking place at large venues across the U.S. and U2’s unique stage setup, it makes finding the right seat very important.
Here you will find the seating charts for all of U2’s U.S. shows this Fall with tips on the best and worse seats for each venue. If you are still on the hunt for tickets, check our post on how to get Cheap U2 Tickets. The best seats for U2 are in the sections in between the main stage and the extended stage that goes into the GA Floor area. These sections will be the most sought after and most expensive U2 tickets.
The GA Floor will give you the ability to get as close to either stage as possible depending on how early you show up to the venue. These seats will be in high demand as well but keep in mind this section is general admission standing room only, so you will not have an actual seat. With that said, this area can get very crowded and you could end up relatively far back from the stage depending on how early you head towards the stage.
For many of their songs during the concert the entire crowd is standing regardless if you have a seat or not, so another thing to keep in mind if you were contemplating between GA or actual seats. It’s tough to say how many songs they will play on each stage as it depends on their setlist and other factors, but U2 will be performing from both stages throughout the show.
- 1 U2 Seating Chart | Ford Field
- 2 U2 Seating Chart | New Era Field
- 3 U2 Seating Chart | US Bank Stadium
- 4 U2 Seating Chart | Lucas Oil Stadium
- 5 U2 Seating Chart | Arrowhead Stadium
- 6 U2 Seating Chart | Meredes-Benz Superdome
- 7 U2 Seating Chart | The Dome at America’s Center
- 8 U2 Seating Chart | University of Phoenix Stadium
- 9 U2 Seating Chart | Qualcomm Stadium