In the wake of their postponement last week, the 10 final shows of U2's Vertigo tour will be rescheduled for November
A week after postponing their Vertigo tour, Irish rock band U2 comes back, rescheduling the affected dates for November later this year. At least that's what the band frontman Bono told an Australian TV show Monday March 13th.
Refused to comment further on the reason behind the group's postponed tour, which many has predicted as The Edge's daughter has leukemia, Bono simply commented "I can't really get into details why" while adding that an official announcement could be made as soon as possible.
"There was a lot of distress and angst and [the] good news is ... I can announce tonight we are coming back, looks like November and that's a great relief for me." He revealed. "I didn't want to leave Australia without having that hammered down."