U2's 2009 'Claw' Stage To Be Permanent Fixture At Aquarium

Thanks to RollingStone.com

If you saw U2 perform at Jerryworld in 2009 then you remember seeing 'The Claw' the largest stage ever created in history. Since then, the 28,287 square foot structure has sat quietly on the east coast gathering dust. Now, thanks to the passion of Brent Andersen - the founder and CEO of the Loveland Planet Aquarium in Salt Lake City, Utah, the 190-ton, 165-foot high structure is being disassembled, shipped to Salt Lake, and reassembled in its new permanent location, the Loveland Planet Aquarium

To learn more click on the artist's rendering below 

Loveland Living Planet Aquarium

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