We'd heard the rumours, but now it's finally official – U2 will close off their iNNOCENCE and eXPERIENCE tour in Dublin's 3Arena with a four-night run this November.
It's the first time they'll have played their home city since releasing the controversial Songs of Innocence album last year; an album composed mainly around a theme of growing up in Dublin, which will make this homecoming all the more apt.
Tickets go on sale at 9am next Monday, priced from (a super-reasonable) €30 to (an ultra-insane) €185 for the four shows, which take place on November 23, 24, 27 and 28. They're also limited to two per person – so you might just be in with a chance – and can be bought from the 3Arena or at u2.com/tour.
In the meantime, though, let's remind ourselves that for all our moaning about Bono and co, they're pretty great really. Here they are performing Where The Streets Have No Name in Croker back in 1987...