U2 360 tour by the numbers (infographic)

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When the U2 360 tour rolled through Denver on May 21 at Invesco Field, it was exactly one week removed from the massive 108,800-person concert in Mexico City. The tour was huge (Huge! Remember how that stage dwarfed the grid at Invesco?) and on Monday, Live Nation released a report drilling down some of the numbers of tour that lasted a little more than two years, exactly 110 concerts and about 7.1 million people. Below is a rundown of the facts and figures of the bygone U2 360 tour. Graphic by Jay Vollmar of Westword.

(And while you're here, look at these photos from the Denver U2 concert).

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