2015 brings the tours of U2, Madonna, AC/DC, and the Rugby World Cup

Friday, February 6, 2015

In 2015 Europe welcomes great sporting and music events such as the global tours of Madonna, U2 and AC/DC, and the Rugby World Cup in England.

2015: a whole year of amazing concert tours and sport events.


U2 performs his iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour on the main European stages. The U2 tour will take them to more than ten European cities, after passing through several North American cities. Don't miss the opportunity to see U2 in Barcelona next October 5, 6, 9 and 10.

Experience the magic of U2 live!


Rebel Heart Tour, Madonna's new global tour

The Rebel Heart Tour will start on August 29 in Miami and will pass through different North American & European citiesRebel Heart is the 13th studio album of Madonna, the Queen of Pop.

Which of Madonna’s tour concerts suits you?


AC/DC, Rock or Bust Tour 2015

 AC/DC have announced 25 concerts in 15 European countries. Despite not having Malcom Young at stage this time, the band has planned several shows in Europe, among which we highlight the concert in Barcelona and Madrid.


Robbie Williams: Let Me Entertain You Tour

Robbie Williams is on tour this 2015. The rude boy of Take That returns with the great surprise of starting off his tour in Spain. The first opportunity to see his Let Me Entertain You Tour show is in Madrid and Barcelona. A perfect chance to listen to all his famous songs. After that first stops, Robbie Williams will offer concerts in several other cities like Paris or Abu Dhabi. Don't miss it out!


Rugby World Cup 2015 in England

Rugby fans have this year an exciting encounter with their favorite sport. The Rugby World Cup in Europe is one of those unique events that is worth experiencing live. If four years ago the championship took place in New Zealand, within four it will be in Japan, so as this year it takes place in England, this is the ideal opportunity to raise adrenaline with live tries, drop goals and tackles.

The 8th edition of the tournament will bring together thousands of people between September 18th and October 31st, in a total of 48 matches that will take place in 13 different cities. The matches will be played in famous stadiums of UK, from the Wembley stadium in London to Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, including cities like Cardiff, Birmingham and Leicester.

20 teams wearing shirts of different nationalities will fight for a place in the ranking to win the Webb Ellis Cup, whose name honors the inventor of the sport. Among the favorite teams to reach the quarter-finals, semifinals and the final are South Africa, New Zealand, England, Argentina, Ireland and France.