U2: The Joshua Tree Tour June 4th

Date & Time
Pricing:
US $35.00 - US $280.00
Suite Information
$200 per ticket
Event Information

Following a quick sell out this morning of the June 3rd performance, Live Nation is pleased to announce that a second and final concert has been confirmed for U2 The Joshua Tree Tour in Chicago.  Due to overwhelming demand a 2nd and final show will take place at Soldier Field on Sunday, June 4th. The highly anticipated tour announced last week will include a performance of The Joshua Tree in its entirety, with special guest support provided by The Lumineers in this city.

Tickets for the second Chiccago concert will go on sale Monday 23 January at 10:00 am. Subscribers to U2.com will receive advance ticket access starting Wednesday, January 18th at 9:00am through Friday, January 20th at 5:00 pm. There will be a 4 ticket limit for subscriber purchases and a 6 ticket limit commencing with public sales. In North America, all floor tickets will be paperless unless otherwise noted.

GA Floor Entry

  • The North Parking Garage will open at 6:00AM for fans.
  • GA Floor ticket holders may begin lining up at 6:00AM south of Gate 0 on the south side of the Waldron Tunnel.
  • Overnight queuing is not permitted.
  • Red Zone ticket holder entrance is Gate 4.
  • All gates will open at 5:00PM.

Prohibited Items

  • Alcoholic beverages & Palcohol
  • Bags larger than 12"x12"x12"
  • Backpacks
  • Balloons and beach balls
  • Cans, bottles or other beverage containers
  • Cameras with lenses longer than 3 inches for all events except Chicago Bears games - lenses no longer than 6 inches
  • Confetti
  • Coolers
  • Fanny Packs (only prohibited for Chicago Bears games)
  • Fireworks, smoke bombs
  • Ice chests
  • Illegal drugs
  • Laser pens and pointers
  • Noise-making devices (ie/horns, whistles, etc.)
  • Poles to display banners or flags
  • Seat Cushions
  • Selfie-Sticks
  • Smokless Cigarettes / E-Cigs
  • Strollers
  • Umbrellas
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems
  • Video or movie cameras
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Any other items deemed to be dangerous or inappropriate

Credit Card Entry

Please note, there are a number of Ticketmaster orders that have been automatically set for credit card entry admittance only. Please check your original Ticketmaster order – if credit card entry is the delivery method, refer to the instructions below that detail how to enter the venue using your credit card. 

Credit Card Entry FAQ

Is Credit Card Entry different from Paperless Tickets?

Nope, it’s the same thing – just a new name.

How does Credit Card Entry work?

Easy – the card you used to buy your ticket is your ticket. Just show that card at the entrance along with a photo ID; they’ll swipe it to find your purchase and print a seat locator slip. Have fun!

I bought tickets for friends – can we get in separately?

If you bought for a group you gotta enter as a group, UNLESS Ticket Transfer is available for your event. To check, just click the order number under Order History in My Account and look for the Transfer Tickets button.

What if I bought the tickets but I’m not going to the event?

If the artist, team, or venue uses Ticketmaster Ticket Transfer, you can send the tickets to anyone you want – free! To see if Ticket Transfer is an option for your event, just click the order number under Order History in My Account and look for the Transfer Tickets button.  If you don’t see the button, you may be able to walk your group to the entrance and show your credit card and ID to get them in. But please check with the venue!

What if I have to show my ticket again after I get in, like to access a suite?

Just show your seat locator slip! You’ll get one at the entrance when they swipe your card to find your purchase.

Can I buy tickets with a gift card or virtual credit card?

Sorry, you gotta use a credit card – the plastic kind – so it can be swiped at the entrance to find your purchase.

What if the credit card I used expires before the event?

Just bring the old card, or the replacement card with the same account number. If you destroyed the old card and your new one has a different account number, please contact Fan Support.

What if I forget to bring the credit card I used to purchase?

Oh no! Go straight to the box office for help. Each venue has its own policy, but they’ll probably ask for your photo ID and purchase confirmation email. You can show them the email on your phone, and the name on the email must match your ID.

I used a card I share with my spouse – can they get in without me?

As long they’re an authorized card user! Just make sure your better half brings the card and a photo ID.

Can I sell Credit Card Entry tickets?

That’s up to the artist, team, or venue! If they give the green light you’ll see a Sell button when you click the order number under Order History in My Account.  If you don’t see the Sell button it’s probably because the tickets are in high demand, and the artist, team, or venue wants true fans like you to get the seats you want at face value by eliminating unfair competition from professional scalpers. Without the ability to resell tickets at steep prices, scalpers have no reason to snatch them up when they go on sale using automated software, or “bots”.

Why is Credit Card Entry the only option for some events, or some sections?

When Credit Card Entry is the only option it’s probably because the tickets are in high demand, and the artist, team, or venue wants true fans like you to get the seats you want at face value by eliminating unfair competition from professional scalpers. Without the ability to resell tickets at steep prices, scalpers have no reason to snatch them up when they go on sale using automated software, or “bots”.