U2 Offers More Clips from U2360 At The Rose Bowl DVD

Just last week U2 released a DVD of 2009’s record-breaking Rose Bowl concert, U2360° At The Rose Bowl.  To see a fascinating preview of what you’ll find on the DVD – including interviews with Bono and the Edge, the inspiration behind the unique 360° stage, and even more performance clips – go to U2360DVD.com and log-in through Twitter or Facebook.

U2360° At the Rose Bowl is available now in both DVD and Blu-Ray format, in stores and online (iTunes/Amazon).  For all your U2 news and updates, visit U2.com.


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