Bono has announced a 2023 residency at the Beacon Theater in New York in support of his new book. Surrender: 40 Songs, One A story.
The U2 frontman published his new memoir, a 576-page tome that explores the origins of 40 key songs in the U2 discography, early last month.
Following the release, the Irish rock icon toured 14 cities under the title “Stories Of Surrender”, making stops in the UK, Europe and Ireland, including a date at the London Palladium.
Now, Bono is starting a residency at The Beacon Theatre, described as an evening of “words, music and some mischief,” with dates announced for April 16, 17, 21, 22, 26, 28, 29 and May 3.
Tickets go on sale December 15th at 10am EST and can be purchased here. You can find the full list of dates below.
The following is a summary of Surrender: “Bono – artist, activist and musician of the rock band U2 – has written a memoir: honest and irreverent, personal and profound, Surrender is the story of the extraordinary life he lived, of life. challenges he faces and the friends and family who shaped and nurtured him.
In a four-star review of the Irish rocker’s performance in London, NME described how Bono recalled important moments in his life, combining music and narration: “Bono describes the heartbreaking scene in which he tells his father told him that he has cancer, before letting the story change. and the leader of U2 relive his father’s last moments,” read the review.
The end of ‘Stories Of Surrender’ is moving, closing the book on this fascinating insight into Bono’s memories and mind.” It’s a moving ending with ‘Stories Of Surrender’, the book closed on this interesting insight into the two memories as from Bono’s mind. “.
Surrender: 40 Songs, Aon Scéal also includes a series of untold stories and revelations, such as when the singer discovered that his cousin was also his step-brother.