HOW’S this for a dream gig?  Bono and his U2 bandmates celebrated the end of the South American leg of their mammoth 360 Tour at the Morumbi Stadium in Sao Paolo, Brazil over the weekend by popping into a nearby watering hole, Bar Serrate for a bit of a sing-song.

They were joined by Muse drummer Dom Howard (Muse supported the Irish boys on the South American dates) and footballing legend Ronald. According to Hot Press, Bono gave a spirited rendition of Talking Heads “Psycho Killer” before the Edge tried his hand at both “Miss You” and “Satisfaction” by the Rolling Stones.

The 360 Tour was just last week named the highest grossing tour of all time, and the boys still have 25 dates of a North American leg to complete before it all wraps up on July 30 in Moncton, Canada as the largest grossing tour in history, taking the title away from the
Rolling Stones.