U2 Concerts in Caird Hall
U2 has performed 1 times in Caird Hall. Those performances included unique songs and an overall total of 19 songs.
The Caird Hall is the principal concert auditorium in Dundee, Scotland. Built between 1914 and 1923 and named after its benefactor, the jute baron James Key Caird, the Caird Hall regularly hosts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. The hall's pipe organ is one of the finest Romantic concert organs in the United Kingdom and was built in 1923, by Harrison & Harrison, who also completed a restoration in 1992. The venue has a capacity of 2,300 fully seated, but can be subdivided or converted to standing where required.