U2's first UK gig in their current tourhas broken the attendance record for a Wembley Stadium concert, organizers have said.
About 88,000 people arrived at the Irish group's concert on Friday - 5,000 more than what is thought to have been the stadium's previous record.
U2's radical "claw" stage has enabled tour organizers Live Nation to increase the capacity for the sold-out show.
Wembley's previous biggest crowd is believed to have been the 83,000 who saw Rod Stewart perform there in 1995.
Elbow, who won the Mercury Prize last year with their fourth studio album The Seldom Seen Kid, were supporting on Friday.
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