Although they’d hinted they had something special up their sleeves for their debut slot at the venerable Glastonbury festival, U2 instead played what was mostly a truncated and rearranged version of their current 360° Tour set last night. See it here in HD.
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At tonight’s U2 concert in Sao Paulo, Brazil, fans were treated to the first performance of “Zooropa” since 1993; it’s only the fourth time the band has ever performed the song live. Watch it right here.
U2 is set to release a new limited-edition, vinyl-only live EP next month called ‘Wide Awake in Europe’ — adapting the title and cover concept from 1985’s ‘Wide Awake in America’ — that will feature the debut of fan-favorite track ‘Mercy.’
Tonight in San Sebastian, Spain, U2 dusted off fan favorite “Spanish Eyes” — the B-side to “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” — for the first time since 2001, and only the third time since ‘The Joshua Tree’ tour in 1987.
Just seven dates into the 360° Tour’s second European leg, U2 has now debuted four unreleased songs with the addition of tonight’s premiere of ‘Every Breaking Wave’ in Helsinki, Finland.
U2’s huge 360° Tour roared back to life in Turin, Italy, tonight, with the band treating fans to a fresh instrumental intro and two new songs — ‘North Star’ and ‘Glastonbury’ — as well as resurrected ’90s cuts ‘Miss Sarajevo’ and ‘Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me.’
With their injury-delayed 360° Tour finally set to resume Friday in Turin, Italy, the members of U2 rehearsed Sunday onstage at the Stadio Olimpico di Torino — and treated fans assembled outside the stadium’s gates to what is believed to be a brand-new song.
Nearly two months after scrubbing its North American summer tour, U2 today announced 16 rescheduled dates for the 360° Tour’s second stateside leg, which now will open May 21, 2011, in Denver and run through July 23, 2011, in Minneapolis.
This week’s new releases include the ‘U2 360° at the Rose Bowl’ DVD/Blu-ray, the new single from Erasure frontman Andy Bell’s forthcoming solo album, a new Television Personalities album (‘A Memory is Better than Nothing’) and a reissue of King’s ‘Steps in Time.’
With Bono’s recovery from back surgery expected to take at least eight weeks, U2 today canceled its first-ever Glastonbury appearance and pushed this summer’s North American leg of its massive 360° Tour to sometime in 2011.
U2 today postponed the opening date of the second U.S. leg of its monstrous 360° Tour — June 3 in Salt Lake City — after Bono this morning underwent emergency surgery in Munich ‘for an injury sustained during tour preparation training,’ according to the band’s official site.
U2 today announced that Lenny Kravitz, The Fray and Interpol will open most of the band’s 360° Tour stadium concerts in North America this summer when the massive trek returns for a second round.
U2 this morning announced a “final” concert on this summer’s second North American leg of its massive 360° Tour: June 3 in Salt Lake City, a date that now becomes the opening night of the Bono and Co.’s 2010 return to the U.S.