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15 Dec

On our fifth day, Olaf Tyaransen shares a story which reveals a side of Bono that the public rarely see.

On our third day, Hot Press' Head of Photography, Kathrin Baumbach, talks about her relationship with U2, and the band's relationship with her home city of Berlin.

Read More In an exclusive performance at the iconic Abbey Road Studios in London, Adam, Bono, Edge and Larry performed 'Beautiful Day' with an orchestra and choir for 'U2 At The BBC' - a Christmas special programme for BBC One.

Read More In a passionate letter, the four members of U2 are calling on Dublin City Council to rescind the honour "bestowed" on Aung San Suu Kyi because of her failure to condemn the ongoing brutal violence in her own country.

In advance of the return of their Joshua Tree Tour to Dublin, we chart the circumstances of their tours, recall the iconic moments and the visual highlights and reprise what it is that makes them the world’s pre-eminent live act.

By Olaf Tyaransen Read More U2 have always put more into the crucible of live performance than almost any other band on the planet, endeavouring to make every tour an artistic and creative statement in itself.

“The visual identity brings new BBC Three together - a new logo, new idents, new animations and new on screen presentation, all with a new colour pallete.

Read More Coincidentally, the 23-year-old Carlow actress will be hosting the very same episode of NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' show that the Irish rock icons will also be appearing on, this coming 2 December.“What is most striking is the new logo and the fact it doesn’t actually say three.It’s easy to belittle the importance a logo has in supporting a brand, and I'm sure the usual critics will have their say - “It looks like Adidas”, “it looks like a “hamburger menu icon,” “it doesn’t even say three”, “are they Roman numerals” – but If I'm being honest I’m not worried.Local police said they weren't in a position to "provide the standard protection" required for the audience because of ongoing civil unrest in the city.Read More U2 have always put more into the crucible of live performance than almost any other band on the planet, endeavouring to make every tour an artistic and creative statement in itself.