U2's 2009 set piece "The Claw" will be an attraction at a Utah aquarium

Pack the kids up into the minivan, we’re road-tripping to Loveland Living Planet Aquarium to see the centerpiece of U2’s 2009 360° Tour, The Claw!

The Claw weighs 190 tons and will be set up at the aquarium for all to marvel at. Pitchfork has a quote from the CEO of the aquarium, founder and marine biologist Brent Andersen; “We are excited to bring this iconic monument to its permanent home in Utah. This landmark will shine a light on our mission to inspire people to explore, discover, and learn about Earth’s diverse ecosystems.”

Craig Evans is U2’s tour director and he said; “It’s bittersweet to see it go, but we are pleased it’s going to enhance the mission and vision of Loveland Living Planet Aquarium as part of its expanded campus.”

Check out the Draper, Utah aquarium’s website to see what this futuristic claw thing will like!

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