Manager Guy Oseary calls concerts 'a spiritually awakening experience'
U2's Joshua Tree Tour is on track to be the biggest tour of 2017, selling 2.4 million tickets across North and South America, the UK and Europe, and Mexico.
"I'm grateful that the tour has been so well received and humbled by its incredible success," the band's manager Guy Oseary (with Maverick) tells Billboard of the tour, celebrates the 30th anniversary of the band's seminal 1987 album that includes hits "Where the Streets Have No Name," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and "With or Without You."
"The album has a deeply meaningful place in so many peoples lives, mine as well," Oseary adds. "To honor that is both challenging and a true privilege. I'm appreciative of everyone that has come out to and will be coming out to this tour."