But now it's straight up cancelled!
Ticket holders were sent the following email on Friday:
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For the second year in a row, U2 has been named the highest-paid band by Forbes.
Every year, the mag releases a list of the 25 biggest-earning musicians. Acts that have toured consistently throughout the year tend to make the top spots on the list and U2 was no exception. The Irish rockers pulled in $195 million after bringing their 360 tour to a close, with the tour itself banking over $700 million.
Coming in second as Bon Jovi, who made $125 million and Elton John came in third with $100 million after playing a total of 102 shows over the last year. Rounding out the top five are Lady GaGa ($90 million) and Michael Buble ($70m).
Check out the full list of high-rolling musicians after the jump!
2. Bon Jovi ($125m) (£77m)
3. Elton John ($100m) (£61m)
4. Lady Gaga ($90m) (£55m)
5. Michael Buble ($70m) (£43m)
6. Paul McCartney ($67m) (£41m)
7. Black Eyed Peas ($61m) (£37.5m)
8. Eagles ($60m) (£37m)
9. Justin Bieber ($53m) (£32m)
10. Dave Matthews Band ($51m) (£31m)
11. Toby Keith ($50m) (£30m)
12. Usher ($46m) (£28m)
13. Taylor Swift $45m) (£27.5m)
14. Katy Perry ($44m) (£27m)
15. Brad Paisley ($40m) (£24m)
16. Tom Petty & the Heartbreaks ($38m) (£23m)
17. Jay-Z ($38m) (£23m)
18. AC/DC ($35m) (£21m)
18. Sean "Diddy" Combs ($35m) (£21m)
18. Beyonce ($35m) (£21m)
18. Tim McGraw ($35m) (£21m)
18. Muse ($35m) (£21m)
23. Rascal Flatts ($34m) (£20m)
24. Kenny Chesney ($30m) (£18.5m)
25. Rihanna ($29m) (£18m)