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Yesterday in 1979
Electric Ballroom, Camden
1980
Stage One, Buffalo
1981
The Agora, Cleveland
1982
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1984
Fox Theater, Detroit
1987
The Omni, Atlanta
2010
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
2019
Gocheok Sky Dome, Seoul
Today in 1980
El Mocambo, Toronto
1982
Martinihal, Groningen
1984
Music Hall, Cleveland
1987
The Omni, Atlanta
1993
Egg Dome, Tokyo
1997
BC Place Stadium, Vancouver
2000
NBC Saturday Night Live - NBC Studios, New York
2002
New York Public Library, New York
2005
HSBC Arena, Buffalo
2006
Aloha Stadium, Honolulu
2010
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Tomorrow in 1979
Moonlight Club, London
1981
Uncle Sam's, Buffalo
1982
Volksbelang, Mechelen
1993
Egg Dome, Tokyo
2005
Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland

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U2 - The Unforgettable Fire 3rd leg: North America

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

( venue website | other U2 shows at this location )

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


Review

2007-12-29 - The Most Powerful Concert Experience I've Ever...Experienced submitted by Rusty Sharpedge

This was 23 years ago so the memory is hazy, but memorable because was my first U2 show. (By the way, this is my first time visiting or posting on this site...hope I'm "on topic" more or less)

I was 16 at the time and completely entrhalled with U2. Paid a whopping $30 each for tickets from a ticket agency...box office price was something like $10-$15. That's a lot of money when you're earning $3.25 and hour at Wendy's.

Drove up from San Diego in my mom's with 3 friends.

The most enduring memory of the show itself was just the soaring high created by the band and by the fans. Everybody in the arena stood for the whole show and sang along to every song. We stood not just on the floor, not just on the seats, but on the ARMS of the seats. Couldn't get any higher!

By the end of the show, the bottoms of my friend Suzie's shoes had been melted by the friction of twisting her feet for 2 hours on the metal armrests.

Waited a couple hours or so after the show for Bono to come out the back gate and sign autographs...and he did!

Saw U2 twice more but the first time is the first time.

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