U2 are bringing 4 of their most memorable concerts to YouTube for a limited time

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Irish rock band U2 have teamed up with YouTube on a new concert series called The Virtual Road.

According to a description on the band's official YouTube channel, U2: The Virtual Road is "a series of four legendary concerts broadcast on the band's channel for the first time to mark U2's celebrated live journey over the last four decades".

The four concerts, which will be broadcast between March and April, are: U2 Go Home: Live From Slane Castle Dublin (2001) on 17 March, U2: Live at Red Rocks (1983) on 25 March, Popmart: Live from Mexico City (1997) on 1 April and iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE: Live in Paris (2015) on 10 April.

Each concert, which includes "remastered audio and enhanced high definition" will open with new and exclusive performances from Dermot Kennedy, Fontaines D.C., Carla Morrison and Feu! Chatterton.

According to Louder Sound, this will be the first time three of the scheduled concerts (Slane, Red Rocks and Mexico) will be made available digitally. 

The shows will remain available to watch online for 48 hours after their initial broadcast, the publication reports.

Watch the trailer below: 

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