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"'Discotheque' was this cocktail to get people to drink enough so we could take advantage of them the rest of the record." — Bono


U2 Concert: May 09, 2001 at Milwaukee , WI



Tour: Elevation 1st Leg (North America) 
Venue: Bradley Center 
Location: MilwaukeeWI  United States 

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Attendance: 18,622  (Capacity: 18,622)


Opening Act(s):



Releases Represented:

  1. All That You Can't Leave Behind had 7 songs
  2. Achtung Baby had 4 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. Zooropa had 1 songs
  9. Pop had 1 songs

Video:

Local news report with fan interviews and live footage:


Tags: Hear us coming, Lord, Psalm 116

14 Photos:

Fan
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Media
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We have 25 reviews and 14 photos from this show.

Fan Reviews Media Reviews
  1. Fan Review by Steve G
  2. Fan Review by Alan M
  3. Fan Review by Chris M.
  4. Fan Review by Acuero
  5. Fan Review by Chris
  6. Fan Review by Chuck K
  7. Fan Review by Terry
  8. Fan Review by Alisa
  9. Fan Review by Adam M.
  10. Fan Review by Mike D
  11. Fan Review by Neil
  12. Fan Review by Beesch
  13. Fan Review by Shawn R. Gethers
  14. Fan Review by Jeff
  15. Fan Review by chris p
  16. Fan Review by greg
  17. Fan Review by Debbie Smith
  18. Fan Review by chris p Camera
  19. Fan Review by Chuck Zacharias
  20. Fan Review by Matt K Camera
  21. Fan Review by Jon Scott
  1. Media Review by Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel (Dave Tianen 05/10/2001): U2 pares special effects, relies on music
  2. Media Review by Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel (Jeffrey Phelps (photographer) 05/10/2001): Additional photos from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
  3. Media Review by Wisconsin State Journal (Natasha Kassulke 05/10/2001): U2 gets back to the music
  4. Media Review by Capital Times (Rob Thomas 05/10/2001): SAVVY U2 STICKS TO BASICS, CONJURES UP ITS BRASH ROOTS