Saturday, December 26, 2015
However proving that the killers couldn't extinguish the spirit of the City of Lights, the concert was rescheduled to December 7 and featured the Eagles of Death Metal on stage, who were playing at the Bataclan Theatre when 89 concert-goers were gunned down.
These eye-catching billboards for the originally advertised live performance helped convey the interactive nature of the tour, as U2 move throughout the venues via multiple stages and use a unique floor-to-ceiling area-length LED screen to entertain their audience, making for some cool visuals to accompany their infamous songs.
Here's a billboard also spied in the streets of New York City, featuring Bono and the Revo shades he's collaborated with for the 'Buy vision, Give sight' campaign, where a percentage of proceeds of these sunglasses go to help with screenings, eyewear and other services for those in need of help.
recording artist and music-themed outdoor ads here at Daily Billboard.
If you haven't had to chance to see them on their tour in person, there's still a chance to rock out with Bono and U2 on HBO.
Vive la France.