Although Bono's back surgery last summer sent North American concert goers into a frenzy last summer, U2 is staying true to their promise to make-up all of their postponed tour dates. More than two years since the four Dubliners first embarked on their 360° Tour, U2 will finally conclude their global jaunt this July with a concert at the Magnetic Hill Concert Center in Moncton, New Brunswick. Bono is fully healed and is earning praise for his vocal quality and on-stage energy. From breaking into "La Bamba" in Miami to paying homage to the late, great Clarence Clemons at a show in Anaheim, U2's lead man continues to keep audiences guessing night after night.
The band even found time in the middle of their North American tour to jump back across the pond to play headliners at the 2011 Glastonbury Festival, serenading a massive crowd with the classic "I Will Follow." While Bono's dramatics and The Edge's soul-bending guitar solos have elevated guests to their feet throughout the world tour, the design of the massive claw stage has earned the prestigious title of being the largest concert stage of all time. The band has said then plan to sell and recycle parts of the enormous structure when the tour closes. Already the biggest concert tour in music history, the 360° Tour is set to sell even more U2 tickets in the next month. You can count on Bono & the boys to have a few more tricks up their sleeves before all is said and done this summer.