U2 tribute at Bridge

A U2 tribute will be presented by U4 March 9 at the Bridge Lounge.

U4 are establishing themselves as the benchmark for U2 tribute shows and are continually raising the bar for both themselves and audiences with a view to presenting a complete U2 experience.

From the legendary Joshua Tree period to How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, all eras are covered with equal attention to detail.  U4 is not just a great tribute band, but a complete theatrical experience which engages, captivates, and leaves audiences screaming for more.

Incredible vocals and musicianship compliment the most truthful reproduction of U2’s iconic sound. Combined with costumes and staging, you have a show that is truly memorable.

Presented with uncompromising sound and lighting production, U4 is a must-see show for all lovers of U2 and a good time.

U4 presents its tribute to U2 at the Bridge Lounge in Courtenay on March 9. The doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the 90-minute show begins at 8:30.

Tickets are sold in advance at the Bridge and Bop City and at the door if any are left. Admissions is restricted to people who are 19 and older.

— Bridge Lounge

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