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U2 Concert: Jun 24, 2011 at Pilton



Tour: U2 360 Tour 7th Leg (North America) 
Venue: Worthy Farm 
Location: PiltonEngland 

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Releases Represented:

  1. Achtung Baby had 5 songs
  2. The Joshua Tree had 3 songs
  3. All That You Can't Leave Behind had 2 songs
  4. The Unforgettable Fire had 2 songs
  5. Boy had 2 songs
  6. No Line On The Horizon had 2 songs
  7. How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb had 1 songs
  8. War had 1 songs
  9. Zooropa had 1 songs

Video:


Comments: U2 plays the Glastonbury Festival for the first time. During the show, Bono sings several lines from "Jerusalem," a song based on William Blake's poem, And Did Those Feet In Ancient Times. "The Fly" includes the full Zoo TV tour visuals, as do "Mysterious Ways" and "One." Astronaut Mark Kelly appears on video before "Beautiful Day" as he's done on the 360 tour. Bono snippets The Beatles, The Clash, Destiny's Child and Coldplay during the show -- the last two are headliners the next two nights (Coldplay and then Beyonce). U2 also revisits Live Aid, playing "Sunday Bloody Sunday" and "Bad" together, and even "Pride" after that - the song they were supposed to play last at Live Aid. U2, especially Bono, gives this performance everything, and the crowd responds in kind. By the end, it seems U2 has won the night.

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We have 7 reviews and 5 photos from this show.

Fan Reviews Media Reviews
  1. Fan Review by jules
  2. Fan Review by Stephen Chattaway
  3. Fan Review by Kumar Papaash Nugoyen
  4. Fan Review by Phil Johnson
  5. Fan Review by jules Camera
  1. Media Review by Guardian (Dorian Lynsky 06/25/2011): U2 at Glastonbury 2011 - review
  2. Media Review by Belfast Telegraph (Ken Sweeney 06/25/2011): U2 are the sweetest thing at Glastonbury