Music legends set to take the stage in Dublin this year

Well, this gig announcement is one for the history books!

According to the Sunday World,  U2 will be marking the end of their Innocence and Experience tour by performing in the city where it all started for them.

It has been 26 years since the famous foursome last played in Dublin's Point Theatre so we wonder if they'll choose to return to the venue this December!

With reportedly 72,000 tickets due to go on sale in the coming weeks, this sounds like one concert not to be missed for any die-hard Bono fan.

Commenting on the tour which is kicking  off in Vancouver in May, Arthur Fogel, president of Global Touring and chairman of Global Music, said: "The anticipation for a U2 tour is always extraordinary, as it should be. Following the record-setting 360° Tour I'm amazed that they still want to be ground-breaking, this time on a more intimate scale."

Hell, Bono fan or not, this is big news!