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"When you sing, you have to open yourself up, you have to be raw. And you have to reveal yourself, and sometimes it's very difficult for me to listen to that back, because it might not be as macho as you see yourself." — Bono


U2 Concert: Aug 08, 2001 at Barcelona



Tour: Elevation 2nd Leg (Europe) 
Venue: Palau Sant Jordi 
Location: BarcelonaSpain 

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Attendance: 18,000  (Capacity: 18,000)


Opening Act(s):



Releases Represented:

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

Video:


Comments: It's The Edge's 40th birthday and the show is played with a party atmosphere. Bono sprays the audience with champagne during "Party Girl." Before a rare performance of "Spanish Eyes," Bono warns the audience that "this could be f**ked up." It actually sounds great and turns into a longer-than-normal version of the song, since the band struggles to figure out how to bring it to an end. During "Mysterious Ways," several women from U2's management team surprise The Edge by sitting on the video screens at the back of the stage holding birthday cakes, while pictures of The Edge throughout the years are displayed on the screens. Later, Bono brings a fan on stage to dance with during "With or Without You."

News report:

More news reports:

Tags: Hear us coming, Lord, Psalm 116

8 Photos:

Media
Photos

We have 7 reviews and 8 photos from this show.

Fan Reviews Media Reviews
  1. Fan Review by Carles Paz
  2. Fan Review by Diego
  3. Fan Review by Nacho
  4. Fan Review by Lanu
  1. Media Review by El Pais (Photos by Vicens Gimenez 08/09/2001): Photos from El Pais
  2. Media Review by El Pais (Photos by Vicens Gimenez 08/09/2001): More photos from El Pais
  3. Media Review by Reuters (Photo by Albert Gea 08/09/2001): Photo from Reuters