U2 Kick off 'Joshua Tree' 30th Anniversary Tour

Thirty years ago we were introduced such great songs as "Where the Streets Have No Name", "I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For", "With or Without You", "Bullet the Blue Sky" and so, so many more when U2 released "The Joshua Tree". To celebrate this momentous occasion, the band kicked off their 30th Anniversary Joshua Tree tour with full live performances of the album. Some of the songs haven't been played live in 30 years.

The tour kicked off Friday night at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, and reaches our area for two shows at Met Life on June 28 and 29th.

Here's the set list:

Sunday Bloody Sunday

New Year’s Day

A Sort of Homecoming (First performance since November 16, 2001)

MLK (First performance since October 8, 2010)Pride (In the Name of Love)

The Joshua Tree:

Where the Streets Have No Name

I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For

With or Without You

Bullet the Blue Sky

Running to Stand Still (First performance since July 15, 2005)

Red Hill Mining Town (Live Debut)

In God’s Country

Trip Through Your Wires (First performance since December 20, 1987)

One Tree Hill (First performance since July 5, 2011)

Exit (First performance since October 18, 1989)

Mothers of the Disappeared (First performance since September 15, 2010)

Encore:

Beautiful Day

Elevation

Ultraviolet (Light My Way) (First performance since July 9, 2011)

One

Miss Sarajevo (Passengers cover) (First performance since July 30, 2011)

The Little Things That Give You Away (Live Debut; Songs of Experience track)


Here are some fan shot videos from the Vancouver show:

 
 
 
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