"I just wanted to say a few words after being totally blown away by the U2Baby performances at the pre and after show parties, at the amazing Church venue in Dublin in November 2018. Over two days, U2Baby’s performances were that good, my girlfriend and I, actually left U2 at the 3Arena early, to ensure we got back in to the Church in time for the band’s finale. We were not disappointed, the Church was rammed, the atmosphere electric. The band were on fire, “Bono" had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand, at one point, leaving the stage, climbing up on to the bar, raising the Irish tricolor above his head, what a showman. The set list was amazing, both old and new, with some surprises along the way. Attention to detail and their ability in recreating the sound, power and raw emotion of a U2 performance is truly mind blowing. I have been a U2 fan for over 30 years, seeing them 47 times to date, I never thought I would actually leave a U2 concert in Dublin, to go and see a tribute band, but I did. I will never forget the second night in the Church, U2 would have been proud of U2Baby’s performance.”
Terry Want, Norwich, UK
“Seen these guys at The Cavern on 4th April. They are amazing and it is very much like a U2 gig. I’ve been a U2 fan for 30 years and I’ve seen a few tributes but these guys are by far the best I’ve watched. Their set list was marvellous..... old and new mixed together brilliantly. Had a chat with them after the gig and they are
really nice chaps. I’d love to watch Bono and the boys watching these. 10/10”
Howard Arends, Website Review Submission
“These guys are the real deal... play with passion and sound and look like U2. I've seen them twice now. First time I was gobsmacked, second time emotionally! It was a big fan meet up at the Cavern Club in Liverpool and I closed my eyes and thought I was at Wembley again. Amazing band, NOT too be missed! Keep rocking lads.”
Paul “COYB” Roberts, Website Submission
“U2Baby are the ultimate U2 tribute band. Their professionalism is second to none. I’ve seen them several times. Miss them at your peril…”
Aaron Govern, @U2 Tours Staff and U2 Advisor to Record Collector Magazine
“Been at their pre and afterparty in The Church in Dublin on 06-11. If you don't know you'd really say they are U2! The music, gimmicks. it really seemed they just came from the 3Arena to play another concert in The Church.”
Cees Dool, from Facebook Reviews
“Front man really pulled out all the stops for Dublin 2 in the Church. What a showman. Really had to inspect him to check that it wasn’t actually Bono. The sound and the look is identical”
Shannon Breathnach, Dublin, Ireland
"U2Baby are the U2 tribute band of choice for the Cavern Club. They've played a number of sell out shows here and it seems to have become a fixture on the U2 fans calendar. We always look forward to welcoming the boys and their crowd back to Liverpool.”
Jon Keats, Director, Cavern Club Liverpool
"Man for a second I thought it was U2, the sound, the clothes and the attitude..."
Alf Dunstan Petersen, Norway
"Went to an 80's tribute festival at Ashton-on-Mersey Rugby Club in Sale. U2Baby were fantastic. They made my husband's night by playing his favourite song Bad. U2Baby are the best U2 tribute band we have seen. They all looked and sounded like the real band. Would definitely see them again."
Samantha Ince Visser, at Manchester's 80sFest 2016
"U2Baby headlined Trib Fest Bahrain 2018 and gave the 5000 strong festival crowd an amazing show that they absolutely loved. The boys really rocked it and the crowd sang along to hit after hit. I've had superb feedback on their set from the attendees. We will 100% be having them back for this and other events in the future."
Owner and Promoter of Trib Fest Bahrain
"It was 40 years ago yesterday that I joined my first band, they've done ok over the years (although nothing to give 29 Fingers any cause for concern ha ha). So off I went to Dublin to join in the #U240 celebrations and had to do a double take when I saw the U2 tribute band U2Baby rocking it up in a crowded, hot and sweaty Church Bar by the Liffey. With a few pints of Guinness blurring the edges (no pun intended) I was transported back to '78 and the Dandelion Market Saturday afternoon U2 gigs. If you like U2 go and see this band..."
Ivan McCormick, one of the guys that was in Larry Mullen’s kitchen before U2 became U2