Tune into David Letterman’s “Late Show” next month to see U2 perform — not once, but five times.
The Irish band will be the program’s musical guest for an entire week, starting on March 2.
Bono and co. are backing their latest album, “No Line on the Horizon,” which hits stores March 3.
U2 last performed on the Letterman show eight years ago. Their week-long gig also marks the first time a musical guest has played for this length of time on the program.
The band kicked off last week’s Grammy Awards with a performance of the single “Get On Your Boots.”