U2 in Amsterdam 2017

U2 Amsterdam 2017

On July 29th it is time for the second last U2 concert in Europe in 2017. The Joshua Tree Tour will stop in Amsterdam on July 29th and the venue for the event is the home of Ajax Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Arena. Would you like to be there at the U2 concert in Amsterdam?

U2 will arrive to Europe from the United States for their first concert in London on July 8th. You can read more about that concert in our London Guide. But, after that they will travel to Berlin in Germany, then to Rome in Italy, from there Barcelona in Spain, then to Dublin in Ireland, then from Dublin to Paris in France, and from Paris to Amsterdam. And once U2 has performed in Amsterdam they will get back on the road for a short trip to Brussels where they will have the last concert during their Joshua Tree tour in 2017. Would you like to be there at the U2 concert in Amsterdam?

An extra U2 concert will be arranged at Amsterdam Arena in Amsterdam on July 30th. Tickets can be bought using the link beneath!

The Amsterdam Arena is a great venue for great and big events such as this one. To get your hands on tickets for this U2 event in Amsterdam in 2017 you can use the ticket link beneath. If you would rather use your money for something else, then a canal cruise in Amsterdam is a great way to spend money while having a great meal and watching some beautiful attractions at the same time.

U2 Amsterdam 2017
Come to Amsterdam Arena to listen to U2 on July 29th in 2017

U2 in Amsterdam 2017

Amsterdam Arena
July 29 and July 30th, 18.30

Tickets: Viagogo

To find out more about what’s going on in Amsterdam, check our events calendar here in the Amsterdam Guide. If you would rather just read about the attractions of Amsterdam, or simply want some info about public transportation in Amsterdam, then you will find that as well here in our guide.

We wish you a fantastic stay in Amsterdam!

If you want to prepare for the concert and buy the Joshua Tree album from U2 created in 1987, then you can do so from Amazon.de. And yes, you can actually access Amazon.de in Dutch. You can read more about it right here.

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