Wednesday 16 October 2019

U2's biggest fan? 23-year-old skipped school to see band play in Brussels are on the hunt to find U2's biggest fan to win two tickets to the Innocence and Experience tour in Dublin in November.

Clare Cullen

Conor Simpson (23) has seen U2 play seven times and even skipped school during the Leaving Cert to see the band play in Brussels.

Conor describes seeing the band "step out of their comfort zone" at Glastonbury as "a highlight of my life".

" I first saw them in Croke Park in 2005 on the Saturday night, I'll never forget how high up we were (I think the term is 'nosebleed seats') but it was unforgettable".

Conor saw the 360 Tour an incredible five times. "Once in Wembley, twice in Croker and twice in Brussels".

"I also waited outside the lad's hotel on the morning of the second Belgium gig to get photos and autographs but my arm wasn't long enough to get any signatures unfortunately".

Related: Is this U2's biggest fan? Can you beat him to win two tickets to U2 in Dublin?

Related: We found U2's biggest fan! - Irish man hitched to Cork in the eighties to hear band play 'lark in the park'

Do you think you are a bigger fan than Séan? Email with the subject line 'U2's biggest fan' and tell us why you're the bands biggest fan. Photos and videos are encouraged to help tell your story.

You can also submit via Twitter using the hashtag #IndoU2.

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