u2 toronto concert draws 60,000 to rogers centre, on 360-degree tour
U2 shook the Rogers Center on Monday night and kicked off the penultimate Canadian show on its record --
And \"even better than real things.
\"The band went to the stage one by one, Bono, black smooth, and the last one appeared.
Sing: \"Give me another chance and you will be satisfied . \"year-
The Old Irish, because he opened a choice from the 1991 \"Achtung Baby.
\"Come on now, Hogdon,\" he shouted in one of the opener battles.
The next song, fly, Bono is tied to the guitar. \"The sold-
Out show has attracted a group of 60,000-
Also, on a warm night, when the Irish band was preparing for a date a year ago, the date was canceled due to a back injury in Bono.
Forecasts for thundershowers initially kept the roof tight, but the crowd cheered as the roof began to open at 7m. ET.
When the band visited the venue in September 2009, they also played under the stars. The so-called Claw --
50 m high on open round stage and house lighting, speakers and other electronics-
Located on the north end of the stadium, it covers the outfield usually Blue jays.
The antenna on the claw poked around the crowded roof, well above jays\'s World Series champion.
Below, a round stage without decoration, connected to the outer ring with three bridges ---
Like a symbol of peace.
Fans crowded in circles, there were more people outside, and there was little room on the floor of the stadium to move.
Above the stage, a circular video screen will perform below to fit the size of the oversized venue.
The \"360-degree Tour\" began in Barcelona on June 30, 2009, its third stop.
First in Toronto and Vancouver.
The second leg shortened by Bono\'s back surgery was last year.
The third round has already seen 2011 shows in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Montreal and Toronto, and the last one was held in Moncton, New York. B. on July 30.
The video screen before U2 has a graphic showing \"babies born during the tour: 17 years old.
\"For those who want to know, another message is that the number of tourists is 436.
Monday\'s performance in Toronto marked 105 performances, with six remaining in Philadelphia, St.
Louis, East Rutherford, N. J.
Pittsburgh and Moncton.
The trip was a record sum of money. maker.
Billboard reported in April that since 2005, it has surpassed the $0. 558 billion total set by the Rolling Stones \"Big Bang\" tour --07.
When the band calls it a package, u2\'s total travel is expected to reach $0. 7 billion.
Forbes magazine named U2 number one in the world last month.
Paid Musicians made $0. 195 billion last year.
Tickets for the Toronto motor show range from $32 to $252.
The start of Monday was Interpol, which kicked off the dark guitar. and-drum-
The heavy voice of \"success.
\"Aside from polite thanks and titles, there is not much that Paul Banks, the lead singer, offers.
But his voice and the booming voice of the New York band touched nerves, especially in songs like lights.
\"After thanking U2 for the opportunity, they ended a stylish 45-
Set the minutes with Slow Hands.
\"After 9, the wait for the main event is over. m.
ET, when two large white SUVs rolled up behind the stage, the crowd applauded.
David Bowie\'s \"space quirks\" start with the speakers and the big screen shows the band members starting from the background.