Fontana Herald News
U2's groundbreaking 360Â° Tour continues to score sellouts with each Southern California stop.
First, last month's huge Rose Bowl show, a historic performance that drew the largest concert crowd in the venue's history and gained a worldwide audience in the millions thanks to YouTube's first-ever live webcast, sold out minutes after going on sale.
Then, on Monday, the band's June 6, 2010 Angel Stadium concert also sold out within minutes.
Now, in an attempt to satisfy such strong demand from their Southland fans, U2 has announced a second and final Angel Stadium date for June 7. The tour is once again produced by Live Nation Global Touring and sponsored by BlackBerry(r).
Tickets for U2's June 7 Angel Stadium show will go on sale on Friday, Nov. 20 at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available at LiveNation.com, at Ticketmaster.com, via Ticketmaster Charge-By-Phone (800-745-3000) and at Ticketmaster retail outlets.
As with the first Anaheim show, ticket prices will again be $250, $95, $55 and $30 (plus all applicable service charges and fees). Full details of all dates and all on-sale information as well as multiple imagery and video of the unique production and seating positions can be found at www.U2.com.
With a cylindrical video system of interlocking LED panels, and a steel structure rising 150 feet from the floor over a massive stage with rotating bridges, the band has truly created an intimate 360Âº experience for concert goers. In keeping with the concept that this tour is more about a unique staging configuration with excellent sight-lines, tickets for the U2 360Â° 2010 tour will once again be scaled so that 85 percent of the tickets are priced at less than $95, general admission floor tickets at $55.00 and at least 10,000 tickets per venue priced at $30.
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