Opening Act(s): Big Audio Dynamite II, Public Enemy
Zoo Station, The Fly, Even Better Than The Real Thing, Mysterious Ways, One-My Girl, Until The End Of The World, New Year’s Day, Whiskey In The Jar, Tryin’ To Throw Your Arms Around The World, Angel Of Harlem, When Love Comes To Town, Satellite Of Love, Dear Prudence, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Bullet The Blue Sky, Running To Stand Still, Where The Streets Have No Name, Pride (In The Name Of Love). Encore(s): Desire, With Or Without You, Can’t Help Falling In Love.
At the end of the main set, a U2 fan is brought up on stage to play guitar and U2 let him play a song he wrote himself, entitled “An Eye For An Eye Makes The Whole World Go Blind”. During this time, U2 take a break, and as they were not involved in playing the song, it is not listed on the setlist above.
By Dan Ontengco
The “An eye for an eye concert”
I’ve posted my review on the Lakeland Zoo tv show and this show was similar to that show and other outside broadcast ZooTv concerts except for one interesting song.
Around the time in the concert when Larry sang Whiskey in a Jar, some local guy with a guitar somehow got backstage near U2, saying that he had a song he wanted to play for them. Of course U2 took it all in stride and actually let him sing his song, alone on an acoustic guitar while the band took a break and watched. It was wild. The coolest thing was that the song was really good and had a magnificant title. “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.
U2 also played “Singing in the Rain” when it started raining, as well as Dear Prudence by the Beatles.
Awesome * * * * *