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22 August, 2009
Millennium Stadium in Cardiff tonight as the band arrive in Wales, birthplace of our favourite guitarist. Here's what they played - let us know how it was for you.
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20 August, 2009
In Sheffield tonight, penultimate show of the UK leg of the tour, here's what they played. Were you there? Were you listening online ?
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19 August, 2009
In the UK ? Tune in to tomorrow nights show from the Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield. The entire show is going out live through The Bauer Radio Network on radio stations across the UK. Here's the lowdown.
19 August, 2009
Been to the show yet? Thought it was pretty good? If you thought it was really good, you might like to make it your 'Best Concert of the Year' in the Billboard/Eventful Fans Choice competition.
19 August, 2009
Edge and Bono premiered a new track on BBC Radio 1 today. 'Disappearing Act' will be released along with the remastered edition of The Unforgettable Fire later this year. And that wasn't the only exclusive they dropped into the conversation with presenter Edith Bowman...
18 August, 2009
Live in Glasgow tonight, third show of five in the UK this week. Here's the set-list. Send us your reviews.
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15 August, 2009
Bad, New Year's Day, Until the End of the World and Stay all made it into the show for the second night at Wembley Stadium.
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15 August, 2009
Eunice Kennedy Shriver by Bono.
14 August, 2009
First of two shows at London's Wembley Stadium. Record-breaking audience here of nearly 90,000 and they made some serious noise.
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14 August, 2009
When the members of Elbow first met each other as 17 year olds, they used to listen to U2 records. Tonight they support U2 at Wembley Stadium in London.
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13 August, 2009
The Edge has paid tribute to Les Paul, pioneer of the electric guitar, who has died aged 94.
13 August, 2009
U2 360° arrives in London this weekend. Need a cab?
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11 August, 2009
U2 have joined the widespread condemnation at the conviction of Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's pro-democracy leader.
10 August, 2009
Second night at the Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb and these fans are something else. Here's what the band played, more coming up.
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09 August, 2009
'My how you've changed... such an old country, such a new country. Just getting started.' First night in Zagreb tonight.
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09 August, 2009
Barcelona, Milan, Dublin, Zagreb. Travelling Europe with U2 360.
07 August, 2009
'We were sharing something that simply never happens at rock shows anywhere. A collective emotional and spiritual surrender of epic proportions.' Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol was so knocked out by last night's show in Katowice that he sat down and wrote us this piece.
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06 August, 2009
Some shows just have something extra going on and tonight in Poland was one of those nights. How could it not be when you hear New Year's Day being in the country which inspired it, all those years ago?
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06 August, 2009
'It Might Get Loud' starring The Edge, Jimmy Page and Jack White is now playing in cities across North America. Find out where, catch our preview clip... and add your own review.
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06 August, 2009
'If I could only take one thing on tour it would be Irish tea bags.' Interview with Adam in The Observer Magazine.
05 August, 2009
A city under siege, captured in Bill Carter's award-winning documentary 'Miss Sarajevo'. Ahead of the band's return to the region for their shows in Zagreb, this exclusive edit is a reminder of what life was like... not so long ago.
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03 August, 2009
A roof on the stadium at the Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen tonight and the place was rocking. Here's what the band played.
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03 August, 2009
'Witness is contagious. Though I had no clear answer to press queries as to whether the award would have an effect on Daw Suu Kyi's immediate situation, I do know that her witness to human rights has inspired countless others.'
03 August, 2009
'Once the music began, no one cared about last names, nations, or religion. All they cared about was the music. The simple celebration of music became a celebration of the end of the war.' A week ahead of U2's Zagreb shows, Bill Carter remembers what it was like when U2 played Sarajevo in 1997... and how a city under siege had become a defining image of the ZOO TV Tour.
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03 August, 2009
' 'Take out your phones...'