U2 has been one of rock music's top acts for over two decades, selling millions of records and performing sold out stadium shows internationally. Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr., the original and only members of U2 have cemented themselves as rock icons. In Fall 2004, U2 were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Vertigo USA is an incredible live tribute to U2. In sight and sound, Vertigo recreates the magic that is a U2 concert. The attention to detail is well beyond what most people expect. Much like The Beatles tribute acts that perform with costumes representing the various eras of The Beatles' career, Vertigo has taken the same approach with their tribute to U2.

A Vertigo concert borders on a Broadway production. Onstage you will see much of the same musical equipment U2 uses to create their signature sound, as well as costumes, backdrops, and special effect lighting. Some shows at larger venues have included video production and a belly dancer taking the tribute show to new heights. A typical Vertigo concert will have the audience singing along to hits such as "With Or Without You," "Where The Streets Have No Name," "One," "Beautiful Day," and many other anthems spanning the U2 catalog. From "Boy" to "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb," Vertigo has it covered.

In Spring of 2005, Vertigo was asked by Event Transportation System (ETS). U2's official tour operator, to perform at official VIP events in support of the 2005/2006 U2 Vertigo World Tour which included stops in Buffalo, Minneapolis, Chicago, Milwaukee, Charlotte, Monterrey, Mexico City and the tour finale in Hawaii. Vertigo has performed nationwide and internationally at corporate events, festivals, clubs, and private events.