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U2 Events: @u2 Swinging to the Music 2004

Three Parties. Three Cities. One Night.
November 21, 2004, in Boston, Seattle, and St. Louis

@U2 Swinging to the Music

We've always thought that anything worth doing is worth doing three times, so with U2's How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb just around the corner, @U2 celebrated the new album with three parties in three cities on the same night!

@U2 Swinging to the Music is what we called it, and U2 fans joined us for an evening of fun in Boston, Seattle, and St. Louis on the evening of November 21st -- just two days before the album was released in North America.

PRESENTED IN ASSOCIATION WITH

African Well FundWe chose the African Well Fund as our designated charity for this event, and welcomed an AWF representative as our guest at each party.

The African Well Fund is a charity created by fellow U2 fans to help bring the gift of water to Africa. Please visit their web site (link above) to learn more about the wonderful work this group of U2 fans is doing.

When all was said and done, and all expenses and revenues were balanced, @U2 was thrilled to be able to present a check to the African Well Fund in the amount of $1,113.00!

Thanks to all the U2 fans who came out for our events -- use the city names below to click to individual "party pages" for each event, where you'll find a brief recap and some photos from the festivities.

Boston
Seattle
St. Louis

click the city name for more information about that event

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