U2 360 Degrees BY NUMBERS
7,100,000 fans saw the show; 10 million people watched a live stream of U2 360 Degrees at the Rose Bowl on YouTube; 320,000 fans saw 360 Degrees in Mexico City; 9,760 guitar strings utilized; 7,100 miles - approximate distance travelled by space station while talking with U2; 5,200 years - collective touring experience of U2 tour personnel; 400 tons - weight of the fully loaded claw; 134 crew members; 126 truck drivers; 110 concerts; 53 gigs attended by a single fan; 7 astronauts attended.
U2 360 Degrees, the most successful concert tour of all time, came to an end in Moncton, Atlantic Canada on July 30, 2011. The massive 26 month undertaking by Live Nation Global Touring saw U2 play 110 concerts in front of more than 7.1 million fans in 30 countries across five continents.
From the Ground Up is the inside story of U2 360 Degrees with exclusive contributions from the band, manager Paul McGuinness, world-renowned set designer Willie Williams and exclusive photographs from photographer Ralph Larmann and written by Dylan Jones who was given complete access, including behind the scenes at Glastonbury 2011.