U2 adds second nights in Los Angeles, Chicago and East Rutherford, New Jersey
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U2 fans in the U.S. will get a few more opportunities to catch the legendary Irish rockers live this summer. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers have extended the North American leg of their hugely anticipated 2017 summer stadium tour with second and final nights in Los Angeles, Chicago and East Rutherford, New Jersey, due to 'record demand.'

The 22-time Grammy winners made the announcement on Jan. 17 via a news release posted at their official U2 website. Initial stadium shows on May 20 in Los Angeles, June 3 in Chicago along with their June 28 stop in East Rutherford, sold out quickly after tickets went on sale to the public Tuesday. Newly added shows include:

May 21 – Los Angeles, Calif., Rose Bowl
June 3 – Chicago, Ill., Soldier Field
June 28 – East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium

The Lumineers will serve as very special guests on all three new shows. The new North American dates come on the heels of Monday's announcement of extending their European leg with added shows in London, Rome, Paris and Amsterdam.

Select presales will begin Wed., Jan. 18 at 9:00 a.m. local time. Tickets go on sale to the public Mon., Jan. 23 at 10:00 a.m. local time.  For more information, click here.

Dubbed “The Joshua Tree 2017 Tour” the world trek is in celebration of the 30th anniversary of  U2's chart-topping 1987 studio album. Shows will feature the  “I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking” hitmakers playing their classic fifth studio album in its entirety each night of the tour.

The fun begins in Canada on May 12 in Vancouver, British Columbia, at BC Place. The North American leg will include a headline appearance at  Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, which take places between June 8 – June 11 before heading overseas for a European romp that kicks off with a two-night stand July 8 – July 9 in London's Twickenham Stadium and wraps up Aug. 1 in Brussels, Belgium, at King Baudouin Stadium.

See below for U2's updated 2017 world tour schedule. For all the latest details on U2, click here.

May 12 – Vancouver, British Columbia, BC Place
 May 14 – Seattle, Wash., CenturyLink Field
 May 17 – Santa Clara, Calif., Levi’s Stadium
 May 20 – Los Angeles, Calif., Rose Bowl
 May 21 – Los Angeles, Calif., Rose Bowl
 May 24 – Houston, Texas, NRG Stadium @ NRG Park
 May 26 – Arlington, Texas, AT&T Stadium
 June 3 – Chicago, Ill., Soldier Field
 June 4 – Chicago, Ill., Soldier Field
 June 7 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Heinz Field
 June 8-11 Manchester, Tenn., Great Stage Park (Bonnaroo dates TBA)
 June 11 – Miami Gardens, Fla., Hard Rock Stadium
 June 14 – Tampa, Fla., Raymond James Stadium
 June 18 – Philadelphia, Pa., Lincoln Financial Field
 June 20 – Landover, Md., FedExField
 June 23 – Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre
 June 25 – Foxboro, Mass., Gillette Stadium
 June 28 – East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium
 June 29 – East Rutherford, N.J., MetLife Stadium
 July 1 – Cleveland, Ohio, FirstEnergy Stadium
 July 8 – London, England, Twickenham Stadium
 July 9 – London, England, Twickenham Stadium
 July 12 – Berlin, Germany, Olympiastadion Berlin
 July 15 – Rome, Italy, Olympic Stadium
 July 16 – Rome, Italy, Olympic Stadium
 July 18 – Barcelona, Spain, Estadio Olimpico
 July 22 – Dublin, Ireland, Croke Park Stadium
 July 25 – Paris, France, Stade de France
 July 26 – Paris, France, Stade de France
 July 29 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam Arena
 July 30 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam Arena
 Aug. 1 – Brussels, Belgium, King Baudouin Stadium