Elevation - Tour . com September 22nd, 2019  
Site navigation
· U2 Tour Home
· U2 Joshua Tree Tour 2017
· All U2 Tours
· News
· U2 Tour Pictures

· U2 Shop
· Contact Us
· Link us

· Your Account


U2 concert history
Yesterday in 1980
Nag's Head, Wollaston
1984
Apollo Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
1988
Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles
1989
Entertainment Centre, Perth
2001
BBC Studios, London
2005
United Center, Chicago
2009
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough
2015
Globen, Stockholm
2018
WiZink Center, Madrid
Today in 1979
Dandelion Market, Dublin
1980
Marquee Club, London
1980
Maida Vale Studios, London
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
Tomorrow in 1978
Arcadia Ballroom, Cork
1980
Limit Club, Sheffield
1983
The Ritz, New York
1984
Entertainment Centre, Perth
1987
Coliseum, New Haven
1989
Entertainment Centre, Perth
1992
Williams - Brice Stadium, Columbia
1997
Kosevo Stadium, Sarajevo
2000
Church Of St Mary Magdalene, Davington
2005
Target Center, Minneapolis
2009
Giants Stadium, East Rutherford
2010
King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
2016
T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas

E-Mail Login

Login

Password

Sign up!



U2 - HTDAAB Promo Tour

2004-11-16: Hanover Quay Studio, Dublin - Ireland

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 2004-10-26 - San Jose | 2004-11-18 - Little Rock >>>


Articledetails
2004-11-17 - Beautiful Night! by
Source: NME

U2 invited a handful of fans into their inner sanctum last night (November 17) – and bade an emotional farewell to their DUBLIN headquarters in the process.

The band played an intimate gig for 30 Radio 1 competition winners at their soon-to-be-demolished rehearsal space at the city’s Hanover Quays (November 16).

Having co-hosted Jo Whiley’s late morning show from the site, they played an exclusive five-song set at the end of Zane Lowe’s evening show at 8.30.

After a reception, the winners were escorted over to the studio where the band immediately ploughed into UK Number One single ‘Vertigo’.

They then played album tracks ‘All Because Of You’, ‘Miracle Drug’ and ‘Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own’ before a rousing finale of ‘Beautiful Day’.

The show held special resonance for the band, since their Hanover Quays is soon to be demolished.

U2 release ‘How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb’ on November 22.
As an exclusive treat to NME.COM readers, you'll be among the first people to hear the new U2 album, 'How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb'.

back

tourdb © 1997 - 2019 tourdb (at) popsmart (dot) org


 
All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. The comments are property of their posters, all the rest © 2001-2010 by me.



Page Generation: 0.02 Seconds

This site is brought to you by U2 @ Macphisto.net.