U2 Baby

Saturday 25 March 2017
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm

£6 in advance £8 on the door

Tickets: Buy on-line

U2 tribute

There are very few truly global bands with the longevity and the volume of hits as the mighty U2. Since their rise in the early 80s they have consistently released hit after hit and are without doubt one of the biggest stadium filling live acts around.
U2Baby capture the unique sound of U2 as well as the look covering every detail. If you close your eyes they really are U2. Not that you’d want to miss the fact that these guys even look like U2 with accurate costumes. A truly international tribute act with theatre, festival and club gigs at home and abroad they recently blew the crowd away performing at the incredible Mad Club in Switzerland, one of Europe’s top night clubs. They are equally at home at large festivals such as their headlining slot at 80sFest in Manchester where more than one said that they felt it was the real U2 on stage due to the careful attention to detail. They are the band that played at the Church in Dublin for U2’s 40th Anniversary with Bono’s best friend quoted as saying, “I thought U2Baby were amazing. I think I preferred them to U2 and it was easier to get in!”. This is a show NOT to be missed.

“It was 40 years ago yesterday that I joined my first band, they’ve done ok over the years (although nothing to give 29 Fingers any cause for concern ha ha). So off I went to Dublin to join in the #U240 celebrations and had to do a double take when I saw the U2 tribute band U2Baby rocking it up in a crowded, hot and sweaty Church Bar by the Liffey. With a few pints of Guinness blurring the edges (no pun intended) I was transported back to ’78 and the Dandelion Market Saturday afternoon U2 gigs. If you like U2 go and see this band…”
Ivan McCormick – one of the original band members who turned up to Larry Mullen’s parents kitchen before U2 became U2

“There are tribute bands that once you’ve seen them play you don’t want to see another tribute to the original. U2Baby are that kind of tribute. Their technical setup was a breeze, they handled their own monitoring and I mixed Front of House via feeds from their desk. We are looking forward to having U2Baby back at Fat Lil’s very soon.”
Zac Spink, Music Director, Fat Lil’s Live Music and Comedy Venue, Witney

“I am the most loyal and longest serving u2 fan ever. I’ve seen them over 65 times! I know every song, every lyric… I never ever thought you could get a tribute that sounds so much like Bono and the band. Absolutely brilliant :)). Made my day.”
Andrea G, Maidenhead, UK

“Man for a second I thought it was U2, the sound, the clothes and the attitude…”
Alf Dunstan Petersen, Norway

“Your band is f*&^*@g awesome.”
Trish Weedon (pictured right) – who has been on stage twice with U2 on the Innocence to Experience tour 2015

”I’ve heard of U2Baby long before I actually got to see them live. And I have to say, I was blown away! If you need a little U2 fix, during this withdrawal period, I highly suggest you go see this band. Besides (freakishly!) reminding of U2 in looks, they sound great, too! During the gigs at the Church Pub, they took us back to the Innocence+Experience tour instantly, by playing the well known setlist, as well as some major surprises. The audience responded so well- they seemed to have such easiness to them and they connected with fans immediately. I will definitely go see them the first chance I get!”
Amra (who Bono christened Miss Sarajevo) – who has been on stage multiple times with U2


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