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Yesterday in 1984
Apollo Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
1987
Robert F. Kennedy Stadium, Washington
1992
Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis
1997
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2005
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2009
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough
2018
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Nag's Head, Wollaston
1984
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1988
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1989
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2001
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2005
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2009
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2015
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2018
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1980
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1980
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1987
Sullivan Stadium, Foxborough
1989
Entertainment Centre, Perth
2010
King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
2014
St James's Gate Brewery, Dublin
2015
Globen, Stockholm
2017
SDCCU Stadium, San Diego

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U2 Played Super Bowl For Free
     Posted on Friday, February 08 @ 19:00:02 UTC by Macphisto

AP Music / NEW YORK - Entertainment Weekly reports that U2 played the Super Bowl halftime show for free. The magazine reports that the NFL was willing to pay them but they didn't want any money.

Janet Jackson was the first choice for the halftime show but when NFL bigwigs caught a U2 show in New York City they felt the band would set the right tone for the festivities after Sept. 11.

The report says Mariah Carey and Paul McCartney also were not paid for their services, but the NFL picked up their travel expenses.

 

 
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