On Oct. 1, U2’s 360º Tour and its massive, 164-foot-high “claw” stage descended on Scott Stadium. In their first U.S. stadium tour in 11 years, Bono and company entertained fans with a mix of classic hits and songs from their latest release, No Line on the Horizon. Dan Addison

Since the expansion of Scott Stadium in 2001 and the completion of John Paul Jones Arena in 2006, these venues have helped bring an impressive assortment of musical headliners to Grounds.

Scott Stadium

April 21, 2001, Dave Matthews Band and Neil Young
Oct. 6, 2005, Rolling Stones
Oct. 1, 2009, U2

John Paul Jones Arena

Aug. 17 James Taylor
Aug. 30 Kenny Chesney
Sept. 15 Brad Paisley
Sept. 22-23 Dave Matthews Band
Oct. 12 Eric Clapton
Nov. 11 Earth, Wind and Fire
Nov. 25 Michael W. Smith

Jan. 19 George Strait
Jan. 26 Red Hot Chili Peppers
Feb. 16 Rascal Flatts
Feb. 23 Billy Joel
March 3 Blue Man Group
March 18 Justin Timberlake
April 11 Common
May 5 Rod Stewart
Sept. 16 American Idols
Sept. 27 Bob Dylan and Elvis Costello
Oct. 8 Maroon 5
Nov. 6 The Police
Nov. 23 UVA/Virginia Tech Band Event
Dec. 8 Sugarland

Feb. 16 Blue Man Group
March 12 Kid Rock
March 19 Michael Bublé
March 21 Mannheim Steamroller
April 10 Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood
April 30 Bruce Springsteen
May 2 Van Halen
May 21 Eagles
Sept. 7 Brooks & Dunn and ZZ Top
Oct. 17 Elton John
Oct. 25 Jay-Z with T.I.
Oct. 30 Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson
Nov. 5 Nine Inch Nails
Dec. 8 Neil Diamond

Jan. 29 Rascal Flatts with Jessica Simpson
April 15 The Dead
April 17-18 Dave Matthews Band
April 26 Bill Gaither
May 5 Bruce Springsteen
May 15 Casting Crowns
Aug. 27 Keith Urban and Sugarland
Oct. 17 Metallica
Nov. 17 Jimmy Buffett
Nov. 20 Daughtry
Dec. 5 Phish