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U2's Massive Rose Bowl 360 Concert Hits DVD June 3rd

March 31, 2010 2:11 PM ET

It was one of the most watched concerts in rock history, scoring over 10 million YouTube streams over the course of a week — and on June 3rd, U2's performance in front of 97,000 fans in Pasadena, California, will finally hit DVD and Blu-ray. U2360° at the Rose Bowl will feature U2's October 2009 concert in front of the band's biggest audience of their 360° Tour and their largest U.S. audience ever, as well as document U2's innovative and jaw-dropping "Claw" stage setup. U2360° at the Rose Bowl was shot with 27 HD cameras and directed by Tom Krueger, who previously helmed U23D. Watch the trailer at U2.com.

Climb aboard "the spaceship" and flip through photos of U2's massive stage show.

U2360° at the Rose Bowl will be available in a variety of formats, from standard DVD to the Super Deluxe 2 DVD Box Set. Some versions will include a making-of documentary Squaring the Circle: Creating U2360°, featuring new interviews with Bono and the Edge, while the double-DVDs will also boast No Line on the Horizon music videos plus the bonus Rose Bowl track "Breathe" as well as more behind-the-scenes material. Fans who splurge for the Super Deluxe edition will also receive a still-unspecified 7'' single, a replica tour program, a 24-page book, the set list and a poster. Check out all available editions at the U2 shop.

Explore three decades of U2 in photos.

The release of U2360° at the Rose Bowl will coincide with the launch of U2's 2010 North American leg of the 360° Tour, kicking off June 3rd in Salt Lake City and concluding at East Rutherford, New Jersey's New Meadowlands Stadium on July 19th. For much more on U2's incredible 360° Tour, check out the links below.

U2's 360° Tour: Photos From the Kick-Off Show
U2 Reinvent the Stadium Show as 360° Tour Launches in Chicago
Riding With U2: Watch the Band Prep For 360 Opener in Chicago

U2360° at the Rose Bowl
"Get On Your Boots"
"Magnificent"
"Mysterious Ways"
"Beautiful Day"
"I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
"Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of"
"No Line On The Horizon"
"Elevation"
"In A Little While"
"Unknown Caller"
"Until the End of the World"
"The Unforgettable Fire"
"City of Blinding Lights"
"Vertigo"
"I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight"
"Sunday Bloody Sunday"
"MLK"
"Walk On"
"One"
"Where The Streets Have No Name"
"Ultra Violet (Light My Way)"
"With Or Without You"
"Moment Of Surrender"

Related Stories:
U2 Announce First Batch of 2010 North American 360 Tour Dates
U2's 360 Tour Named Top North American Trek of 2009
U2 Live From Outer Space: The New Issue of Rolling Stone

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