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U2 - Vertigo Tour 3rd leg: North America

2005-09-12: Air Canada Centre, Toronto - Ontario

( venue website | other U2 shows at this location )

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Review

2005-09-13 - WOW! submitted by Leanne McGuirk

This was my first time seeing U2 and I MUST say that I was not disappointed!

I have NEVER experienced anything like that before in my life! Bono's voice is timeless and unsurpassed. He is the single most influential person in my life; I strive to attain even the most miniscule amount of influence that he has pressed upon millions all over the world; the Edge's performance is baffling (to say the least); his riffs are unforgettable and immortal. Furthermore, he never seems to age or lose his 'edge;' The way Larry uses his drumming skills to evoke emotions from the audience and to push the rest of the band to strive towards excellence is astounding; and finally, Adam's unforgettable bass lines and underestimated charisma never ceases to impress.

Although it may seem that I am being overly philanthropic, I believe U2 to be some of the most influential people in the world, not only musically, but humanitarianly as well.

Overall, the concert was an intensely influential moment in my life. The idea that four people could spend over twenty-five years making such incredible music, influencing lives, initiating movements, and pushing people all over the world to do all that they can to fight poverty, violence, disease, and so many other important causes in the world today, makes me believe that anyone, anywhere can do anything, as long as they dream long enough, work hard enough, and do all that they can to become part of a world in which people respect one another for who they are and dream of a world without prejudice and violence.

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