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U2’s Live Global Webcast from the Rose Bowl – October 25th

October 20, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Wow, this is really really cool! Live webcast of a U2 concert? Never thought I’d see that on YouTube.

One Band, One Stage — Tune in for U2’s live global webcast from the Rose Bowl – October 25th @ 8:30 p.m. (PT) @ youtube.com/U2

As a U2.com subscriber, we wanted you to be first with some breaking news – this Sunday the band’s 360° Show at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena will be filmed for a dvd.

As they’re drafting in more cameras to create a great film, the band has decided to allow it to be streamed live on YouTube.

It’ll be officially announced later today but at 8.30pm (PT) on Sunday, wherever you are in the world don’t miss the chance to see the show live and uninterrupted online. See a clip on You Tube.

As well as being able to watch the show, we’ll bring our subscribers news as the week progresses from our video reporter on the ground. We’ll also have bulletins from Director Tom Krueger and other exclusive video footage from backstage over the weekend.

Stay tuned, should be quite a night…

best wishes,
The U2.Com Team

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