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U2 - Elevation Tour 3rd leg: North America

2001-11-09: Delta Center, Salt Lake City - Utah

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 2001-11-07 - Denver | 2001-11-12 - Los Angeles >>>


2001-11-12 - Salt Lake City submitted by Amy Quarnberg

Salt Lake City, November 9, 2001

It's a new experience to me to be basically running on no food or water for almost 16 hours and still be filled with energy. We arrived at 7:00 a.m. and were met by almost 180 fans already there. The local news and radio stations came to interview the fans. They handed out American flags to make the heart patriotic. In the last few hours, the fans took control to get rid of the many people cutting in line. Maybe the unorganized staff was afraid of a riot, because soon after the police arrived. But they honored the fans number system, and we were in.

Once I was in the heart, memories of freezing in line were gone. I was right up to the stage. After nosebleed seats in Denver, I couldn't even imagine the fact that U2 would be right there. Even now that the show is over, I still can't imagine it. Every song was amazing and heartfelt. Especially Kite, I was dying to hear that live. Although I did miss Mysterious Ways, In a Little While, The Sweetest Thing, The Ground Beneath Her Feet, and well, every other U2 song not played. I wish it was longer. But there is nothing like being inside the heart...jumping...screaming...feeling the music beat through you...and being oh (faraway!) so close to touching Bono's hand. Bono made several tributes and mentions of 9/11, but my favorite had to be "Osama Bin Laden can kiss my royal Irish ass!" :)

The concert was very intimate and could even be called a spiritual experience. It ended with a simple "wow" from Bono. I love U2!

Bono, The Edge, Larry, Adam ROCK ON!


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