"Very excited to see you there," Mullen added.
Bassist Adam Clayton said the group is looking forward to bringing a dash of Dublin to India.
"A country famous for its rich culture of art, music, movies, theatre, literature, food and so much more. There is a lot of excitement in the U2 camp," Clayton said.
Guitarist The Edge added, "We have been around the world with 'The Joshua Tree'. And we can't think of a better place to celebrate the end of this tour. Mumbai, India, we're coming for you, I hope you're ready!"
Frontman Bono, too, was in high spirits.
"Mumbai. Lets rock the house..." he said.
'The Joshua Tree Tour 2019' kicks off in Auckland on November 8 and will visit Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, before moving on to Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul, Manila and finishing up in Mumbai.
Tickets for the concert are available on BookMyShow.com.
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