The Fray: Opening for U2 at Denver’s Invesco Field May 21, 2011. Tix on Sale Now

The Fray opens for U2 May 21, 2011 at Denver's Invesco Field

Colorado pop rockers The Fray just scored a major coup.

That’s ’cause the local band was picked to be the opening act for U2’s re-scheduled May, 21, 2011 show at Denver’s Invesco Field. Yes, The Fray will be rocking the same stage as Bono and the boys — and that’s a big deal.

U2’s Denver show was canceled this year due to Bono’s back surgery, so local fans of the Irish band are anxiously awaiting this re-booked concert.

Tickets for the previously scheduled concert will be honored at the door, and you can still buy tickets at www.ticketmaster.comor by calling 1-800-745-3000. Tix are running $30-$250, and there are still $55 GA field tickets available.

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6 Responses to The Fray: Opening for U2 at Denver’s Invesco Field May 21, 2011. Tix on Sale Now

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