U2-2 - Achtung Baby In Full & Greatest Hits

Waterfront, Norwich.

U2-2 - Achtung Baby In Full & Greatest Hits

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U2-2 “Achtung Baby in full & greatest hits”

'We're flattered by what they're doing' - Bono

 'Seen them a few times, they're the best, quite stunning' - Aaron Govern U2 staff member

 'Amazeballs! The best in the world' - Ciara Lawrence Edge's cousin & Mencap

'Awesome show guys, I look forward to seeing you again' - Winston Ellis, Hollywood actor

'You only need Jo the sound man stood next to you' - Keith Duffy, Boyzone

'The greatest U2 tribute in the world' - Suggs, Madness

'You look more like them than they do' - Carol Decker, T'Pau

U2 2 are the world's longest running tribute to U2. Formed 26 years ago, the band were known as 'Achtung Baby' and have performed over 1300 concerts, spanning three continents. Having performed alongside U2 in Holland, they have been praised by Bono and work with The Edge's cousin on charity events. U2 2 have been featured on numerous television shows and their past clients include BBC1, ITV1, RTE, SKY, Blackberry, 2012 Olympics, Pernod-Ricard and Silverstone races. Some of their past shows include Dublin's Point Depot to around 8,000, London's Under the Stars to over 7000 and Coventry Ricoh Stadium, with The Bootleg Beatles. U2 2's first visit to The Waterfront, saw them recreating the full Joshua Tree album. This time, the band will be performing all of the songs from Achtung Baby, a fitting tribute to the album and to the band's origins, over a quarter of a century ago. Voted number one sound-a-likes and often mistaken for the real thing, U2 2 remain the real-deal.