U2 would have had a concert in Paris on Saturday.
After the terrorist attacks in Paris have several bands chosen to set their concerts.
U2 had a booked concert in Paris on Saturday, but announced in a statement that they would not implement the concert.
“Given the disastrous events in France will not U2′s planned concert on November 14 will take place, “the band said in a statement and announced that the gig will take place at another time. The stadium where U2 would have played is located about four kilometers from the concert hall Batcalan where the massacre broke out.
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Other bands set:
U2 are not the only band that sets up concerts after the terrorist attacks in Paris.
- In Flames would have played in the French Nancy on Saturday, but announced on Twitter the same day they will not play.
- Simple Plan concert in Paris on Monday is set but the band announced that they hope to go to France and carry the show as soon as possible.
- Foo Fighters announce they are forced to cancel the rest of their tour. It’s about the concerts in Turin, Paris, Lyon and Barcelona.
- Motörheads gig in Paris on Sunday is also the set. The concert is postponed to a later date, probably on January 21, reported Göteborgs Posten.
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