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U2 concert history
Yesterday in 1978
Belfield Campus, University College Dublin, Dublin
1979
Dandelion Market, Dublin
1981
Center Stage, Providence
1987
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
1989
Entertainment Centre, Sydney
2002
Ambassador Theatre, Dublin
2006
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
2014
NBC Studios, New York
Today in 1978
Trinity College, Dublin
1980
Reading University, Reading
1981
Ripley's Music Hall, Philadelphia
1987
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
1987
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
1989
Entertainment Centre, Sydney
2001
Thomas And Mack Arena, Las Vegas
2004
Clinton Presidential Center and Library, Little Rock
2005
Philips Arena, Atlanta
2006
Telstra Dome, Melbourne
2009
Chelsea Piers, New York
2014
NBC Studios, New York
2015
The SSE Arena, Belfast
Tomorrow in 1980
Polytechnic, Wolverhampton
1989
Entertainment Centre, Sydney
2001
Staples Center, Los Angeles
2005
Philips Arena, Atlanta
2006
Telstra Dome, Melbourne
2014
NBC Studios, New York
2015
The SSE Arena, Belfast
2018
El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood
2019
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

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U2 - Vertigo Tour 3rd leg: North America

2005-11-19: Philips Arena, Atlanta - Georgia

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 2005-11-18 - Atlanta | 2005-11-21 - New York >>>


Review

2005-11-21 - Bad Product submitted by Chris

I have loved U2 since I bought the War album in 1985. I have followed them every step of the way and have spent thousands on their live shows and albums/tapes/cd's. When I think of U2, I think of Live at Red Rocks. I think of a raw, hungry band of musicians yearning to hone their craft.

Many times during the 11/19 show, I had to almost daydream back in time in order not to be sick about the $600.00 worth of tickets I bought. What a horrible show. HTDAAB is the worst album I have ever heard. Does U2 not know we come to their shows to hear the old stuff? Also, does Bono realize that his shows are not the platform to speak about his political agenda? I came to hear music. I came to hear him blend a little Bob Marley into Sunday Bloody Sunday. I did not come there to hear him preach to me and the other 20,000 people in attendance. I'm appalled. U2 used to make me excited about music. I think they have passed their prime. Maybe it's time Bono ran for office and the other guys go in their own creative directions. As outlandish as it was, ZOO TV and POPMART were the quintessential U2. I'm afraid an era is over. I don't think I'll be as excited when the next tour is announced. I can certainly promise that my money will go elsewhere.

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