Beck opened for U2 on the 3rd leg of the Joshua Tree tour in 2017.
Sep 22, 2017 San Diego at SDCCU Stadium
Sep 19, 2017 Glendale at University of Phoenix Stadium
Sep 12, 2017 Kansas City, MO at Arrowhead Stadium
Sep 10, 2017 Indianapolis at Lucas Oil Stadium
Sep 08, 2017 Minneapolis at US Bank Stadium
Sep 05, 2017 Orchard Park at New Era Field
Sep 03, 2017 Detroit at Ford Field
“It was a great experience,” he enthuses.
“I’ve known them for years, and they’ve always been very generous and kind to me. They make you feel like you’re peers; they listen to you and take time, which is very unusual for somebody of their level of success. It was the kind of thing where they could have invited anybody, so it did feel special to be included.
“I have to say, for people that I’ve opened for, they had the best audiences: they were so kind and open to us, and gave back so much. And also, getting to live out any kind of fantasy you had of playing stadiums was very cool,” he laughs. “It was like, maybe if you’re used to walking everywhere you go, suddenly you’re in a jumbo jet flying over the world and just taking in the vastness of the view.”
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