If you missed out on U2’s 360 tour this past fall, you have another chance to catch the history making tour. U2 will come back to the United States next summer, starting off in Anaheim, California on June 6th, 2010. Tickets go on sale to the general public on November 9th. Sources close to the band tell RadarOnline.com that it’s likely the Irish lads will perform more than one show in Anaheim. The U.S. leg of the tour wraps up on July 19th in New York at the New Meadowlands Stadium.
The tour will also make stops in Seattle, Oakland, Miami, East Lansing, and new York among others. U2 broke its own attendance record at the Rose Bowl one week ago, for the best-attended concert performance at a U.S. venue by one headliner. U2 played before 97,014 diehard fans at the Rose Bowl, the old record was set by U2 was in September 1987 at the John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia before 86,145 people.
The 360 Tour then jumps across the pond kicking off in Frankfurt on August 10th, with stops in Helsinki, Paris, Moscow, and Vienna just to name a few amazing locales. All of those shows are already sold out.