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Irish rockers U2 have told ShowBizIreland.com
that today is the day that they will know if they
will or will not play a private Dublin concert for
1,000 lucky fans. Speaking to us exclusively at the
Universal records party after the Brit
awards early yesterday morning drummer Larry Mullen
said that today they would know very soon if the gig
was going ahead.
know in two days if itís on or not," Larry said
as he left the party for his limousine. While Larry
went back to the bands hotel singer Bono and
bass player Adam Clayton partied until the
early hours with their manager Paul McGuinness
in the BMG records party which was held in
the luxury Home House on Portland square.
in Dublin Bono confirmed to ShowBizIreland.com
that he was "thinking about a Dublin gig"
and further sources revealed that if the gig was to
go ahead it would be held in the Vicar Street venue.
Street in Dublin is owned by Harry Crosbie,
a co-owner of the U2 hotel The Clarence. Vicar
Street is also where Bob Dylan played an intimate
concert last year for 700 lucky fans which included
Bono and his wife Ali.
Tickets for the gig if it goes ahead will be like
gold dust and would be expected to reach close to
2,000 pounds each as they did at the bands recent
gigís in New York, Paris and London.