U2 fans are going to be thrilled to hear that HBO will be airing two amazing specials this November that are going to capture the most interesting aspects of the band’s latest tour, Innocence + Experience.
On November 7th, HBO will air a documentary that will tell fans the story behind the tour and what drove the members of the band to embark on a tour of extremely high magnitude. Also, they will get to find out a lot of details about how Bono managed to recover from a serious bicycle accident that he had last year in New York city and how this was an extremely trying time for him.
The documentary will include exclusive footage and interviews with all the members of band and will provide the fans with the complete story of the tour before they get to experience U2’s Paris concert held at the Bercy Arena on November 14th, that HBO will be transmitting on that same evening. It is most likely the difference in time zone that has led HBO to air the concert in the evening, in prime time, rather than at some uncomfortable time.
The Paris show will be the one that ends U2’s Innocence + Experience tour and being able to share that moment with the entire world through HBO is a going to be a truly amazing experience for both the band and their tremendous fan base.
Both the documentary and the concert will be available on HBO, HBO Now and HBO Go. Therefore, everybody will be able to see the two part special on HBO, with or without a cable subscription.The fans out there will be able to see it on their TVs, their PCs, their phones, their tablets or anything else that they might chose, because HBO is making it possible.
“The one-two combination of this documentary special, followed by the concert, will provide viewers with the ultimate look at this remarkable band behind the scenes and on the stage.” said Michael Lombardo, HBO programming executive.
U2 fans are expected to tune in this November for a some quality time with their favorite band because it is undoubtedly going to be an amazing show. The two very special moments, the documentary, that will bring fans closer by telling them the story behind the show, and the concert itself, that will end Innocence + Experience tour are going to make November 7th and 14th a couple of nights to remember.
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