ELEVATION Tour 2001
Even Better Than The Real Thing
I Will Follow
Get on Your Boots
Mysterious Ways /
Until the End of the World /
Where Have All The Flowers Gone?
All I Want Is You
Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
Beautiful Day /
Pride (In the Name of Love)
City of Blinding Lights
I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight /
Life During Wartime/
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Walk On /
You'll Never Walk Alone
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow/
Where the Streets Have No Name
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
With or Without You
Moment Of Surrender
Bono [aka Paul Hewson] (vocals)
The Edge [aka David Evans] (guitar)
Adam Clayton (bass)
Larry Mullen, Jr. (drums)
U2 - Oakland Coliseum, June 7, 2011 (Set 1)
U2 - Oakland Coliseum, June 7, 2011 (Set 2)
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Initially scheduled for June 16, 2010 with The Fray and Moonalice as support acts but postponed to June 7, 2011 on May 25, 2010 due to Bono's back surgery and rehabilitation period. Rescheduled date announced on July 13, 2010. After Until The End Of The World, Bono gets The Edge to tell the crowd about how he and Larry went drinking with Metallica and Green Day the previous night. Larry then sings a few lines of Lou Reed's Perfect Day, followed by Bono leading the audience in singing Happy Birthday for his friend John.
The U2 360 tour stopped in Oakland Tuesday night for the only North American show with two opening acts: Moonalice and Lenny Kravitz. Bono was chatty and the band seemed especially loose tonight -- as evidenced by Larry's impromptu, a cappella singing of a bit of Lou Reed's "Perfect Day" during the regular band introductions part of the show. Bono also mentioned that U2 had spent time a day earlier with Green Day and Metallica and even talked about creating their own music festival.
Concert notes - Paul Fernandes
I really hate going to football stadiums to see concerts but somehow I got two tickets for U2 so I decided to go. It turned out they were on the field and close to the stage and for some reason they did not over-sell the area so it was actually very comfortable to stand there. I saw U2 in the beginning back in 1980 and a few times after that but this was a major event and staging for the band and I was impressed and had a great time.