“We're actually at the limit, the absolute limit, when you consider the economics and the practicality of transportation. We're really as big as we could ever get, Rolling Stone magazine quoted Guitarist The Edge as saying. “Somebody asked us last night, 'Do you need this stuff?' And the truth is, you don't really need this stuff. But part of show business is you have to change people's perceptions, you have to find ways to make the songs touch people more, to disorientate people so they're more open to being touched," added Bass guitarist Adam Clayton.
U2, which also include singer Bono and drummer Larry Mullen, will cover 20 countries and reach out to over three million fans by the time they complete their 360 degree tour comes to an end after two year.