[photogallerylink id=72396 align=right]The 360 Tour is concluding for [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]U2[/lastfm] at the end of July in Canada, but the one-of-a-kind stage structure known as “The Claw” could still keep on rocking. They could remain as permanent fixtures at live concert venues. The Claw stage allows fans to gather on all sides to see performances.
The band’s tour manager Craig Evans confirmed to Billboard that they are already discussing with concert promoters on selling the structure to venues around the world.
U2 is expected to gross north of $700 million on the 360 Tour and drawn more than 7 million fans to the “claw” stage.
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