U2 launches its eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tour 2018 in Tulsa tonight at the BOK Center after rehearsing at the SMG-facility. To honor the legendary Irish rock band, Tulsa officials took down the street signs around the arena and replaced them with “No Name” signs, a nod to the band’s Joshua Tree track “Where The Streets Have No Name.”
Still following me? While the band is in town, the streets around the BOK Center have no name. Well technically, they are named “No Name” which is to say Tulsa is now the place where the streets are named “No Name.” Or perhaps “nO nAME” to match the band’s curious use of capitalization, which is really fun to type out (said no one ever).
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