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The U2 360° Tour was a worldwide concert tour by rock band U2. Launched in support of the group's 2009 album No Line on the Horizon, the tour visited stadiums from 2009 through 2011. It was named for a stage configuration that allowed the audience to almost completely surround the stage. To accommodate this, a massive four-legged supporting rig, nicknamed "The Claw", was built above the stage, with the sound system and a cylindrical, expanding video screen atop it. The tour was claimed by U2 to be "the first time a band has toured in stadiums with such a unique and original structure."
In an era of declining CD sales, U2 360° was expected to be a major source of income for the band. Every date of the tour sold out, many within minutes of tickets going on sale. To account for the long amount of time required to assemble and transport "The Claw" between dates, three separate stage structures were required on tour. The 360-degree production increased the capacity of venues by up to 25%, leading to attendance records at over 60 venues. The 2010 North American leg of the tour was postponed until the following year after frontman Bono suffered a serious back injury. Various themes were
Loud Tour was the fourth concert tour by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna. Performing in over twenty countries in the Americas and Europe, the tour was launched in support of Rihanna's fifth studio album Loud (2010). The tour was planned to visit Australia in January 2012 but was cancelled for unspecified reasons.
Critics acclaimed the show for its liveliness and higher caliber of quality when compared to Rihanna's previous tours. The Loud Tour was a commercial success, experiencing demand for an extension of shows in the United Kingdom due to popularity. The tour ultimately grossed an estimated value of US$90 million from 98 reported shows and a total audience of 1,200,800. The Loud Tour became the 7th highest grossing tour of 2011.
The tour was officially announced on February 9, 2011, when North American dates were revealed. The tour was also set to see Rihanna perform in Australia, ready to be announced in July 2011 but was cancelled for reasons unspecified which lead to a huge backlash from fans in Australia after Rihanna skipped the country for her first consecutive tour in a row. Rihanna has last visited Australia since The Last Girl On Earth tour in February and March
Sesame Street Live is the live touring show based on the children's television show Sesame Street.
Produced by Minneapolis-based VEE Corporation, the show opened on September 17, 1980, with a production of Sesame Street Live "Missing Bird Mystery" playing at the Met Center in Bloomington, Minnesota. Sesame Street Live is now produced as three or four separate tours, each performing a different show, with its own plot, characters, scenery, and soundtrack. Shows are performed in arenas and theatres around the world, generally working on an eight to ten month touring schedule ending in the spring and resuming in the late summer. While in the United States, Sesame Street Live is a bus and truck show, with the equipment moving by two or three trucks and the personnel travelling by bus. (This is contrasted with a show that travels by rail, such as the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus.) Outside of the United States, air cargo and sea containers are used.
The shows feature original music scores and songs, complemented with old favorites from the show, and professional dancers as costumed characters performing the parts of the Muppets. The productions are done in a theatrical