Bono is making a speedy recovery after undergoing spinal surgery in May, with U2 announcing they have plans to extend their world tour to Australia.
The singer was left with partial paralysis in his legs after he was diagnosed with a herniated disc and the group was forced to cancel a string of concerts.
Bono returned to the stage in Turin, Italy, earlier this month just three months after his operation.
Now he’s keen to tackle more shows so the band is taking its 360 Degree Tour Down Under at the end of the year.
The Beautiful Day hit-makers have scheduled gigs in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth in December. They will also make a stop in Auckland, New Zealand. ‘U2
has always been at their best when surrounded by their audience, and this extraordinary production makes that happen in stadiums,’ U2′s manager Paul McGuinness said in a statement. ‘It was important to the band that we were able to bring the whole 360 production to Australia and New Zealand so fans could experience the latest of U2′s
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