U2 360 TOUR 2010 – European Opening Performances Sell-Out

U2 360 TOUR 2010 – European Opening Performances Sell-Out

U2’s world tour costs €517,000 a day to stage – even when the band has the day off.

Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr. and Adam Clayton’s current ‘360 Degree’ tour – which features a huge stage called ‘The Claw’ – is so expensive to run it is yet to make a profit, even after 33 concerts.

The ‘Get on Your Boots’ rockers have played across Europe and North America since kicking off the run of concerts in Barcelona, Spain, on June 30.

For the current and forthcoming tour, a unique staging configuration with excellent sight lines provides an intimate audience experience at a price affordable to all fans. With its cylindrical video system, massive stage, rotating bridges and of course, the U2 passion – the experience becomes an amazing event.

But more dates are on the way for the band’s unique stage experience, where U2 are playing on and firing on all cylinders with their circular stage setup. They’re also scheduled to hit locales like Paris, Athens, Moscow, Istanbul, and Coimbra in 2010.

The band has already played sell-out dates throughout the word this year, including stops in Milan, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Dublin, and dates across the U.S. Additional cities and dates are set to be announced as well.

U2 to perform songs from several of its CDs at Cowboys Stadium concert. U2 Tickets are on sale. U2 Will Play:

Frankfurt Commerzbank Arena (August 3)
Hannover Stadium (12)
Horsens Casa Arena (15)
Helsinki Olympic Stadium (20)
Moscow Luzhniki (25)
Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium (30)
Athens Olympic Stadium (September 3)
Istanbul Ataturk Olympic Stadium (6)
Munich Olympic Stadium (15)
Paris Stade De France (18)
Seville Olympic Stadium (29)
Coimbra Stadium (October 2)

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