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Walk On is the moment in the show when the band focus on the plight of Aung San Suu Kyi, democratically elected leader of Burma, who has spent many of the last 20 years under house arrest. 'Put on your masks,' says Bono. It's 'an emotional highpoint,' explains Edge'.



Downloaded your own mask ? We want to see photos of you wearing it... in strange and surprising places! On the bus or train. At the pub or the shops. On top of the Eiffel Tower, in a TV audience, playing for your local football team...

Snap your photo on camera and email it in to us at this address asskmask@u2.com
(Include your name, location and a couple of lines about where you took it.)

Edge will select the best to feature in a gallery on U2.com.

Take a look at some of the photos you've already posted.

Email your photo to asskmask@u2.com or log in to u2.com, follow this link to our Community section; go to Photos; add a photo; tag it with the key word ASSK and submit.

Download the Mask here - you will need adobe acrobat to print the file.

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