Video of Bono’s speech about their Belgian crew. (Brussels I)
Check this clip filmed during Until the end of the world from (the very awesome) second show in Brussels… Bono lets himself fall into the audience 2’40” into the song.
It’s 7 days until the opening of the next leg of U2360 in Turin, and a bit longer before the production hits Belgium on september 22 and 23.
In an email sent today Live Nation Belgium announces they’ll start sending your purchased tickets for the two shows in Brussels in the midst of august.
All this in an effort to prohibit the illegal reselling of tickets (even calling it “criminal practice”) by shortening the time between ticket-dispatch and the show.
Live Nation urges all ticket buyers who have changed address over the past few months (or are about to move) to update their address at: http://www.teleticketservice.com/tts/nl/aanmelden.
A bit of colour added to the drab claw: a pylon in the middle of the construction, thought to be part of the light show.
Team Greg went back to the StageCo site for more Claw footage. I’m pretty sure we all know U2’s stage better than the band do themselves at this point.
Talking about stages…
Thanks to Constantine for this slideshow of pictures and video taken at the StageCo lot at Werchter from 7-5 to 18-5.
Footage shot at StageCo in Werchter, Belgium last night. More to come.
Our Belgian friend Bart has had another look around the StageCo property in Werchter and he has added more pictures of U2’s U2360 tour rigging to the collection we featured a few days ago. Bart reports that U2’s ‘Claw’ is no longer there and he’s heard that testing of the stage will continue in parts (they will not be erecting the entire stage again) for the next 10 days, after which everything will be shipped to Barcelona for the first show of the European leg of the U2360 tour. U2log.com has learnt that the actual production of the shows commences on the 15th.