By Jim Stanford on May 24, 2010
Back in March we reported about U2 opening its summer 360º tour in Salt Lake on June 3, and how there were plenty of good seats available, and wouldn’t the sound be excellent outdoors at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
Well, the most carefully laid of forward-looking plans has gone astray, as U2′s lead singer, Bono, injured his back and had surgery Friday, and the band has postponed the Salt Lake City concert. Other shows may be affected, too, while the flamboyant frontman recuperates.
“We will make plans to reinstate these dates as soon as possible,” manager Paul McGuinness said in an audio statement on U2.com. The band advised fans to hold onto their tickets until further notice.
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