U2 2 perform the album 'Achtung Baby'. | The Citadel Arts Centre  St. Helens  | Sat 3rd November 2018 Lineup

U2 2 perform the album 'Achtung Baby'.

The Citadel Arts Centre in St. Helens

Saturday 3rd November 2018

7:00pm til 11:15pm (last entry 7:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

U2 2 will be performing the complete 'Achtung Baby' album in a special show.


U2 2 perform the album 'Achtung Baby'. on Saturday 3rd November 2018

U2 2 are back at The Citadel in St Helen's, this 3rd of November. For this show, the band will be performing the complete 'Achtung Baby' album, from start to finish, complete with another hour of U2 hits. U2 2 are the world's longest running tribute to U2, formed by current members way back in 1992. After 26 years in the business, they've not only performed over 2000 shows, but been voted number 1 sound-a-likes. Their solo record for crowd attendance is 10,000 people and they've performed in venues such as Dublin's Point Depot, Coventry's Ricoh Stadium, Silverstone Racetrack and Sheffield Arena. As seen numerous times on national TV across Europe, the band are rated number one by U2 staff members, attaining direct praise from Bono. Actually look-a-like/sound-a-likes (unlike other U2 tributes) the band were hired by Blackberry to promote their Curve 'phone and due to their fabulous recreation of U2's sounds, they've been mistaken for the real U2 many times. U2 2 are the real-deal.

'We're flattered by what they're doing' - BONO

Music Genres: 

80s, Indie, Pop, Rock

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): 12 advance 15 on the door

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