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The band say rumours of shows are not true

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U2 have posted a warning statement on their website U2.com about the emergence of ‘fake’ tickets for shows headlined by them.

The band say that they have no live dates planned for the near future and that fans should wait for official confirmation before purchasing any tickets for shows.

The statement reads: “Just a note to correct reports that tickets are becoming available for planned U2 shows.

The reports are mistaken, there are no tour dates for the band at the moment – so please don’t buy tickets for U2 shows you see advertised.

You can be sure any future live announcements will be made on U2.Com as soon as they are confirmed.”

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