WHEN rock band U2 embarks on its five-month world tour in June, Bono and the gang will be accompanied by Melbourne security company boss Andrew Wolveridge. A regular and trusty face guarding red carpets across town, Wolveridge worked with U2 during the Australian leg of its 2006 Vertigo tour and was approached by the group's head of security to co-ordinate the 2010 shows. Wolveridge will oversee logistics at stadiums in the US, Helsinki, Moscow, Istanbul, Paris, Rome and many more stops in between. What to pack for the northern hemisphere summer? Definitely Bono-style sunnies. Wolveridge has worked with the Rolling Stones, Pink, Priscilla Presley,Taylor Swift, Harry Connick jnr, Nelson Mandela and Mikhail Gorbachev but the ultimate endorsement came from Stormin' Norman Schwarzkopf. The general told Wolveridge: ''Thanks for another great trip with superb security.'' It's no surprise that U2, when deciding to go with or without him, jumped at going with him.