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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 - 360° Tour 4th leg: New Zealand and Australia

2010-12-18: Subiaco Oval, Perth - Western Australia

( other U2 shows at this location )

<<< 2010-12-14 - Sydney | 2010-12-19 - Perth >>>


Review

2010-12-19 - Wow Absolutely mind blowing!!!!! submitted by Danielle Aldridge

As I entered the oval to see U2 for the first time last night, my expectations of such a world class band were incredibly high and they didn't disappoint not once. Just getting into the inner circle was almost too much as it suddenly dawned on me how close to the band I would be.

Jay Z was really good even though I am not normally into Hip Hop, as a fan of music itself I thought he rocked and was pleased to see so many people enjoying it also.

As the lights dimmed and the distinctive voice of David Bowie filled the air you could almost feel the excitement ripple through the crowds. From the moment Bono, Edge, Larry and Adam appeared on stage it was a non- stop mind blowing, mesmerizing trip that had everyone on their feet from start to finish. When the beginning of Where the streets have no name started I had tears in my eyes.

There aren’t too many bands around today who were born to live on stage, but for these guys the stage is their playground, their home and the place where millions of people come time after time to watch them in awe.

The highlight for me though was as the band left the stage, at which point I was nervously waiting at the back for perhaps a glimpse or even just a glance. Well Bono went one better, blowing me a kiss and punching his chest twice for love. It only last a few seconds but it will be a highlight in my memories forever. Thank you guys and please come back soon.xx

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