Fans who can’t make it out to U2’s critically acclaimed and groundbreaking 360° Tour will now have the opportunity to experience it from the comfort of their own home. U2 will be streaming this Sunday’s concert (10/25) at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena in full and live on YouTube – the biggest live stream ever done thus far. YouTube will stream the concert simultaneously across five continents as video-on-demand, with two full replays available after the live show both YouTube and U2.com. The show will begin at 8:30 pm Pacific Standard Time. Visit either the official U2 website or the band’s YouTube page for all the details.
The sold-out 360° Tour is hailed by Rolling Stone as “reinventing rock and roll,” and features a unique and stunning in-the-round stage set. The band is on tour through late 2010 in support of their newest album, No Line on the Horizon, available now in stores and on iTunes.