U2 is scaling down -- sort of.
After a decade of tours in stadiums, the band is returning to arenas for its "Innocence and Experience" tour, set to start in Vancouver in May and wrapping at Madison Square Garden in July.
Promoting its recent "Songs of Innocence" album, the band is currently set to play The Garden on July 18, 19, 22 and 23, with tickets going on sale to the public on Monday through Ticketmaster.
"We are going to try to have a completely different feeling from night one to night two and have some fun playing with the idea of innocence and experience," lead singer Bono said in a statement. "More to be revealed!"
The start of the tour was pushed back by Bono's bicycle accident in Central Park last month, allowing him more time to recover. During a surprise U2 gig in Times Square this week, Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin filled in for the vocalist.
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