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U2 War Tour Official T-shirt

Man wearing a grey U2 T-shirt with sky background

U2's politically-charged, guitar rock album, War, is often voted for as one of the 1980's greatest, and it was supported by a two year tour across western Europe, North America (including Canada) and Japan. The well-received live performances, no doubt, helped the band gain many new followers, particularly in the U.S.

The tour started as a pre-war tour at Tiffany's in Glasgow on 1st Dec 1982, and ended at the Nakano Sunplaza in Japan on Nov 30 1983.

You can celebrate the tour with one of these official War Tour T-shirts, which I am about to show you.

Official U2 War T-shirt for Men, Grey, S, MOfficial U2 War T-shirt for Men, Grey, S, M


This first T-shirt only comes in a grey colour, but looks very stylish and can be bought at Amazon UK. Sadly, it doesn't come in any large sizes for some reason. However, do not fret, as I have more to show you...

Official Unisex U2 War Tour Black T-shirt, S, M, XXLOfficial Unisex U2 War Tour Black T-shirt, S, M, XXL


This black T-shirt comes in unisex sizing, and it displays their performance date at the Red Rocks Ampitheater in Denver, Colorado. The setting of the open-air ampi-theater is pretty spectacular, with the iconic circle of rocks sitting behind it and views of open countryside. 

U2 War Album Sleeve Unofficial T-shirt, Black, M to 3XLU2 War Album Sleeve Unofficial T-shirt, Black, M to 3XL


You may prefer to show your love for their War album, instead. Although this black T-shirt is not an official design, it does comes in a full range of sizes.

One of these tees would make a lovely gift for a U2 fan, or maybe your shopping for yourself? Whichever it is, I hope one of these designs is for you!

I also recommend viewing this Grey War Tour T-shirt at T-shirt Zone UK, which comes in a full range of sizes.


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