U2 frontman Bono recently revealed he is “disappointed” the band’s current album ‘No Line On The Horizon’ hasn’t sold well but this doesn’t stop the onward momentum of the band’s massive 360 World Tour. The rockers have planned to sell out some more stadiums during their US and Canadian tour dates of 2010.
Last night the group broadcast an entire live show via the video sharing website YouTube.
96,000 people turned up to see the show at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in California and many times that number were expected to have watched it online.
Bono took the stage and greeted the crowd : “Thank you Los Angeles. Thanks to everyone watching on YouTube all over the world – seven continents.”
The Irish rockers just announced six North American stadium shows for June next year, and six more huge concerts for the following month in July.
Tour Dates for June 2010 :
Anaheim Angel Stadium (6)
Denver Invesco Field (12)
Oakland Coliseum (16)
Seattle Qwest Field (20)
Edmonton Commonwealth Stadium (23)
East Lansing Spartan Stadium (30)
Tour Dates for July 2010 :
Toronto Rogers Center (3)
Chicago Soldier Field (6)
Miami Land Shark Stadium (9)
Philadelphia Lincoln Financial (12)
Montreal (TBA) (16)
New York New Meadowlands Stadium (19)
U2 frontman Bono recently revealed he is “disappointed” the band’s current album ‘No Line On The Horizon hasn’t sold well.