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"We never suffered from that indie mentality of 'big is bad.' A lot of groups that could've gone on to make amazing music crumbled under some sort of inverse guilt or mistrust of success." — Edge

U2 Concert: Apr 24, 2001 at Anaheim , CA

Tour: Elevation 1st Leg (North America) 
Venue: Arrowhead Pond 
Location: AnaheimCA  United States 

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Attendance: 16,459  (Capacity: 16,459)

Opening Act(s):

Releases Represented:

  1. All That You Can't Leave Behind had 6 songs
  2. Achtung Baby had 5 songs
  3. The Joshua Tree had 3 songs
  4. The Unforgettable Fire had 2 songs
  5. War had 2 songs
  6. Boy had 1 songs
  7. Rattle And Hum had 1 songs
  8. Pop had 1 songs
  9. Non-Album Singles had 1 songs
  10. Other U2 Songs had 1 songs

Comments: Bono begins "Elevation" by singing Oranges, poranges, who says there's no rhyme for oranges?, which is a line from a song sung by the Witchiepoo character on the old kids TV show, H.R. Pufnstuf. Bono references the presence of his wife, Ali, during "Sweetest Thing" and "The Fly." He sings 10-15 seconds of "I Walk The Line" after "One," and dedicates "Walk On" to Johnny Cash.

Tags: Hear us coming, Lord, Psalm 116

20 Photos:


We have 22 reviews and 20 photos from this show.

Fan Reviews Media Reviews
  1. Fan Review by Lowell Smith
  2. Fan Review by Fredrik Alkdal
  3. Fan Review by Ern
  4. Fan Review by Thomas Bell
  5. Fan Review by Mark
  6. Fan Review by Gene
  7. Fan Review by Kal El
  8. Fan Review by Nelrock
  9. Fan Review by Ravi
  10. Fan Review by Jon
  11. Fan Review by Joe Chavez
  12. Fan Review by Muskabeer
  13. Fan Review by Mariel
  14. Fan Review by desiree
  15. Fan Review by J. Burton Camera
  16. Fan Review by AngelOfAnaheim
  17. Fan Review by Andrew O''Donnell Camera
  18. Fan Review by Lenny
  19. Fan Review by Matt McGee Camera
  20. Fan Review by Matt McGee Camera
  21. Fan Review by Lenny
  1. Media Review by Orange County Register (Jeffrey Miller 04/26/2001): Bono displays his showmanship