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U2 just sold out their Irish gigs in less than half an hour

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IRISH ROCK LEGENDS U2 have sold out all of their Irish dates.

The band are bringing their Innocence and Experience tour to the 3Arena in Dublin for four nights and the SSE Arena in Belfast for two nights in November.

Fans flooded the Ticketmaster website from 9am this morning and snapped up over 50,000 tickets.

Some were left frustrated by the site’s virtual queuing system, which forced fans to wait to buy the tickets, some for as long as 30 minutes.

Others were angered by the site’s security:

But those who did get tickets were just delighted.

Read: Here’s what fans can expect from U2′s Dublin shows

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