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Yesterday in 1979
Rock Garden, Covent Garden
Penny Arcade, Rochester
Fountain Street Church, Grand Rapids
Lyceum Ballroom, London
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Irving Plaza, New York
TD Garden, Boston
Moore Building, Miami
Saitama Super Arena, Tokyo
Today in 1980
The Ritz, New York
Park West, Chicago
Hammersmith Palais, London
Hammersmith Palais, London
AccorHotels Arena, Paris
Deutsche Oper Subway Station, Berlin
Tomorrow in 1979
Electric Ballroom, Camden
Bayou Club, Washington
Dooley's, East Lansing
Massey Hall, Toronto
Civic Center, Hartford
O2 Arena, Dublin
AccorHotels Arena, Paris
RAI3 Studios, Milan

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U2 - The Unforgettable Fire 3rd leg: North America

1984-12-16: Long Beach Arena, Long Beach - California

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<<< 1984-12-15 - San Francisco | 1984-12-17 - New York >>>


2017-01-10 - I will never forget the first time I seen U2! submitted by Suzy

I was 15 years old. Before the days of the internet so we used to camp out at a local record store (Warehouse Records) to be first in line for the ticket sale. Made a deal with my older brother as long as we bought him a couple as well. We were 2nd or 3rd in line so we got great seats. I wanna say about 9 o'clock and 10/12 rows up.

It was a great show. Everyone on their feet the whole time. Great energy and we were all singing at the top of our lungs! Towards the end of the show, my friend s and I noticed people under our seats heading towards the stage. In no time, we crawled under our seats, dropped to the floor. and followed. We crawled on top of these crates and someone helped us over (they weren't so nice to some).

We stood up and we were just a few rows from the side of the stage. We walked right up as they started their encore. I remember the the security guy was in awe of them as well and just let us walk right up. There were a few others, then many. I am so short so this guy put me on his shoulders. It was incredible! They were so close - I was so close!

As Bono walked to our side of the stage, I waved. Yeah, like the little dorky teen I was but I swear he smiled and waved back. Fans around me acknowledged with thumbs up and patting my back and legs. After the show was over, the guy put me down and said "I betcha you'll never forget that!" I never have.... I was done - a U2 fan forever.

Here I am in my late 40s now. I still listen to U2 often... and so do our kids!


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