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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

2010-12-16 - How Long To Sing This Song submitted by Christopher Trimm

I had seen U2 one other time before this and didn't know the lyrics and was just tagging along with my friends. So this time I went and knew the songs, it was pure joy. I spent $40 on scalper seats and was in the loge at about 7 o'clock (stage was 12). My friends and I didn't know what to expect because The Unforgettable Fire was much more reserved than War. Of course U2 took the reserve out of the gig and it was wonderful. Everyone was talking about Bad and the changes that really made it the center of attention during the concert. There was a backdrop during the concert, there was a tank image during New Years Day and Japanese Calligraphy during The Unforgettable Fire. I thoroughly enjoyed the ebb and flow of the uptempo tunes followed by the atmospherically different Unforgettable Fire songs. I also remember that Bono profusely thanked the roadies and brought one man back on stage because his wife gave birth in Ireland on his, the roadies birthday! Because "40" was the last song there were a lot of like minded people singing the refrain as we walked down from Loge to exit the arena, I loved that!

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