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U2 - Vertigo Tour 3rd leg: North America

2005-11-05: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas - Nevada

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 2005-11-04 - Las Vegas | 2005-11-08 - Oakland >>>


Review

2005-11-06 - Sad Day submitted by John D

I have seen U2 all over the world since 1983. I saw them in Dublin in 1987. I must report with great sadness that this was the Nov 5, 2005 show worst U2 show I have ever attended. Bono did not have his voice for the whole show and all the songs were sort of muffled to disguise that he could not sing. He admitted at the end of the show that he did not have his voice.. The Edge sang most of the hard notes that Bono could not hit. I am also angered that I believe that some of the show was pre recorded and lip synched. At one point of a song he had the microphone away from his mouth and there was no way with his voice in that condition he could have sang into the mic that was by his sternum. I have seen U2 15 times since 1983 and this was the first time that I felt like I did not get my monies worth. I am just a hard working man who spent $184 dollars a ticket for my wife and I. I was offered $1000 dollars for my tickets did not scalp them because I love the band so much. I just feel cheated. I must say The Edge was great as was the rest of the band but to spend almost $400 to see u2 at 70% was a waist of my hard earned money.....

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