Report: U2 Signs With Full Stop

After a decade with Guy Oseary, U2 has signed with Irving and Jeffrey Azoff at Full Stop Management, according to multiple reports.

Representatives for Full Stop had no comment.

Full Stop Management was founded in 2015 by Jeffrey Azoff, Irving Azoff and Brandon Creed. Irving Azoff is a co-founder of Pollstar parent company Oak View Group.

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U2 and “The Joshua Tree Tour” stop at Ford Field in Detroit Sept. 3, 2019. Photo by Scott Legato / Getty Images

U2 signed with Oseary in 2013 after the retirement of long-time manager Paul McGuinness.

In 2019, Pollstar named U2 as “Artist of the Decade.” U2 stands alone as the only touring artist to eclipse $1 billion according to Pollstar’s Boxoffice records. At the time of publication, U2 had grossed $1.038 billion and sold 9,300,500 tickets on 255 shows – not counting the full “Joshua Tree 2019” run that hadn’t wrapped yet. U2 has not toured since.

Lead singer Bono recently announced a 14-city book tour.