Irish rockers U2 are offering up their first of four upcoming remastered and enhanced live performances today, St. Patrick's Day, kicking off with their memorable U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle concert in Dublin, Ireland filmed as part of their Elevation Tour on September 1, 2001.
The epic U2 set will be preceded by an opening performance from fellow Irishman Dermot Kennedy which was shot in Los Angeles just last week. Beginning at 3:30PM ET, the show will be available to stream for just 48 hours after the original broadcast.
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Partnering with YouTube Music, the band is doing a full-court press with their 'Virtual Road' series which will also offer streams of their concerts from Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 1983 on March 25; Mexico City in 1997 on April 1; and Paris 2015 on April 10 -- each featuring exclusive opening sets from Fontaines D.C., Carla Morrison, and Feu! Chatterton respectively. With the exception of iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE: Live in Paris, these concerts have never before been made available to fans digitally.
"Every show is memorable for us but these four particularly so," the band says. "It’s exciting to be on the road again… Embracing all the wonder of the virtual road… And especially exciting to be joined by such a brilliant line-up of fellow travellers..."
Also available during the series is an updated line of merchandise for you to commemorate the event -- and you don't even have to push past people gumming up the merch line!
Set your reminders and watch the complete virtual concert series on U2's Youtube page starting today at 3:30 PM ET.
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