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U2 - Vertigo Tour 5th leg: The Pacific

2006-11-25: Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland - New Zealand

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 2006-11-24 - Auckland | 2006-11-29 - Saitama >>>


Review

2006-11-28 - Killer Show submitted by Steve Banks

It must have been something like 20 years or so, last time I saw U2 was in Wellington at the old Athletic Park. Young guys just then bursting onto the scene.

That was an awesome show 20 years ago (I vividly remember the opening bars of 'Where The Streets Have No Name'), but this show was even better.

Sound mix, staging, lighting, all perfect. And of course Bono and the boys, 20 years later and with a few more grey hairs were simply amazing. Listening to Bono on Saturday night, especially during Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own and Miss Sarajevo, made you realise what real matured talent is. Not the dross record companies think will appeal to a demographic. It's hard to believe his guitar playing could get any better but the Edge is on another planet, and Larry and Adam are the total package too. To see these guys rock hard and be totally at ease with their audience, more importantly KNOW their audience, made for a special evening.

It cost me $150(New Zealand)to watch U2, the best $150 I'll spend this year.

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