The U2 360 tour is over. It concludes as the highest-grossing tour in history, earning more than $$736 million and selling more than 7.2 million tickets.
Saturday night's show in Moncton, NB, Canada wrapped up the longest tour in U2's history at two years and one month. Playing near to the town of Springhill, Bono sang a bit of "The Ballad Of Springhill" after "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" -- a nod to the mining disaster that hit Springhill in 1958. It's the first time that song appeared in a U2 set since 1987. The show ended with two extra tunes: "Out Of Control" and "40," the latter of which was played in full, old-school style with each band member leaving the stage one at a time. You can check out the full U2 360 Moncton setlist on U2tours.com, and be sure to upload your photos and review if you were at the show.
Adam and The Edge have already spoken a bit about U2's future touring plans, both suggesting that it will be something new and different from the 360 tour. We'd expect nothing less.
UPDATE: Here's one fan's video of "40" closing the show/tour.