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U2’s 360 Tour Returns to U.S. in June!

Miss the Dubliners' colossal stadium shows this past fall? The biggest band in the world are coming back for 12 North American dates in 2010.

Chris Zakorchemny // October 26, 2009

There’s no end on the horizon for Bono and the gang: U2 are taking their 360° Tour back to North American soil for 12 gigs in 2010, kicking off June 6 in Anaheim, CA, and moving through Canada to the East Coast before wrapping up July 19 in New Jersey.

The big-budget tour features their now-famous four-legged, 164-foot tall “Claw” and a 360° video screen — among other elements that send each show’s production costs over $750,000. Full tour dates are below.

Can’t wait until next summer? The band is broadcasting last night’s show in Pasadena, CA, on on YouTube sometime today — a re-run of last night’s live, web-only telecast.

6/6, Anaheim, CA (Angel Stadium)
6/12, Denver, CO (Invesco Field)
6/16, Oakland, CA (Oakland Colesium)
6/20, Seattle, WA (Qwest Field)
6/23, Edmonton, AB (Commonwealth Stadium)
6/30, East Lansing, MI (Spartan Stadium)
7/3, Toronto, ON (Rogers Centre)
7/6, Chicago, IL (Soldier Field)
7/9, Miami, FL (Land Shark Stadium)
7/12, Philadelphia, PA (Lincoln Financial Field)
7/16, Montreal, QC (Venue TBA)
7/19, New York, NY (New Meadowlands Stadium)