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U2 - Joshua Tree Tour 2017 Leg 1: North America

2017-05-24: NRG Stadium, Houston - Texas

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2017-05-25 - NRG could have had more Energy submitted by Kate

I traveled here from Denver. I am in love with U2, not just Bono. They began the show with a blast of energy, but it petered out. They got some back on the 1st encore, but it must be tough to perform to so many while they put their heart and soul into it.

The songs seemed rushed, and I was afraid Bono would fall down. I wanted to feel a contrast of who they were 30 years ago, compared to who they have become. I guess that was portrayed in their last album, Songs of Innocence. But this tour is a blatant comparison to 30 years ago, when they were too serious - and I'd like to see a celebration of how far they've come.

If they would have slowed down, it might not have seemed like they were just 'going through the motions'.

At their height, and with their history, they can afford to own the audience - not just play ALL HITS. Even their new song was double tempo.

Bono, talk to me, not just about how awesome America is. I think it was smart to compliment Bush in His country. But I wanted him to pull out my emotions, but he didn't have the energy.

Edge just gets better. Great work! The TV saved the stadium view. The women's homage was lovely. I wanted to hear their new stuff, but alas, I knew it was the Joshua Tree Tour.

I still love them, and when he said, let's do this again in 2047, it made me sad.


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