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As you know this U2 tour is designed to give every audience member a good view of the stage no matter where they may be. The show is so massive that three stages are being used, each sent to a different city to be ready when U2 comes to town. Reviews of the U2 360 Tour have been overwhelmingly positive, as Bono and the boys cover their latest album, No Line on the Horizon, while re-visiting older songs in a slightly modern way. There also seems to be an element of fun added, with many tunes delivered in dance mode, with the drums of Mullen and the thundering bass of Clayton becoming the foundation of which everything else is built. It’s a whole new, but still familiar show coming from U2 tickets this time around, and like everything this Irish band has done over the last three decades, it works.
Long-time U2 Show Director Willie Williams has worked again with architect Mark Fisher (ZooTV, PopMart, Elevation and Vertigo), to create an innovative 360° design which affords an unobstructed view for the audience. U2 360° also marks the first time a band has toured in stadiums with such a unique and original structure.
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U2 is Better Than Ever
Your favorite rock band is on a world tour in support of its new album and they’re coming to a town near yours. You’re excited, naturally, but then you see the ticket prices and you begin to hedge a bit. Do you really want to spend that much, and drive that far? And what if they take up most of the concert playing stuff off the new album?
Well, if your favorite band happens to be Irish rockers U2, you can calm your fears – at least when it comes to their play list. Based on last weekend’s Dublin shows, Bono’s theatrical vocals, The Edge’s shimmering guitar thrum, and the pulsating beat of the rhythm section’s Larry Mullen, Jr. and Adam Clayton will be heavily weighted toward the classics.
U2, Reason for the name “360-degree Tour”
The tour features a 360-degree configuration, with the stage being placed closer to the center of the stadium’s field than usual. The stage has no defined front or back and is surrounded on all sides by the audience. The stage design also includes a cylindrical video screen and will increase the venues’ capacities by about 15–20%. Only tiered football stadiums can be used with this scheme; flat fields and baseball stadiums are not possible venues. Willie Williams, who has worked on every U2 tour since 1982, is again a designer for this tour;Mark Fisher serves as the architect.
Williams had been toying with ideas for 360-degree stadium staging for U2 for a number of years,and presented sketches of a four-legged design to the group near the end of their Vertigo Tour in 2006. The inspiration for the “spaceship-on-four-legs” design, nicknamed “the Claw”, came from the landmark Theme Building at Los Angeles International Airport. The steel structure will be 164 feet tall – doubling the size of the stadium set for The Rolling Stones’ A Bigger Bang Tour, the previous highest – and will require 120 trucks to transport. Each leg of the structure will contain its own sound system. U2 will purchase carbon offsets to take into consideration the environmental impact of the massive production. As with many large-scale tours of its era, the U2 360° Tour will have both the workforce and the revenues associated with a medium-sized company.
Nothing Beats hearing U2
Despite their massive success in the rock and roll business, U2 has managed to keep creating songs with their personal, universal appeal still intact. The songs for outsiders, in other words. These songs, say many fans, are what has made them stick by the band all these years The band’s latest recording, No Line on the Horizon has received generally good reviews. But if the song’s third single is any indication, Bono won’t be reforming his lead singer antics any time soon. For on “I’ll go Crazy, if I don’t go crazy tonight,” he sings that “The right to appear ridiculous is something I hold dear.” But for what the fans are getting, that is something they are willing to endure.
Nothing beats hearing the music of U2 in person. But you can only do that if you have tickets.
Around since the 1980s, the band still amazes. Front man Bono is still capable of wailing out the lyrics that gave rise to his iconic “solo moniker” status, still surrounded by the same talented team from its humble beginnings, still championing causes like peace in Northern Ireland, and engaging audiences all the way. The Edge, Larry Mullen, and Adam Clayton round out the Dublin, Ireland crew, and in the 1980’s after more than a decade getting attention in live venues, U2 hit rock n’ roll gold with the release of “The Joshua Tree.” With the vocal and musical ambition to capture rock, alternative, progressive, and techno music the band was launched into superstardom where it remains today.
Joshua Tree remains popular even to this day for many reasons. Let us not forget that among them is the larger vision the group has for the world. Bono’s philanthropic efforts and accomplishments combined with various investments in media organizations play a significant role. Danny Gokey silenced any idea that the glasses had any role. Memories of the past may be the reason; it sure ain’t how to take apart an atom bomb.
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