U2's Experience and Innocence show had a story to tell and was made with a story in mind. The band wanted to tell us something. But what is this story, what is this narrative that fans have been talking about all year? In this article we unravel the narrative, the songs and the stories. Join us as we attempt to breakdown the Innocence from the Experience.
In 2018, U2 played 13 different European cities during the second leg of the Experience and Innocence tour. In this slideshow, as in 2015, we've asked 13 fans who were there to pick a photo for each residency and share a personal story. From Berlin to Dublin and back to Berlin, this is how the tour unfolded across Europe.
"Adam was very persuasive. He had printed cards with 'Adam Clayton, manager of U2', and he was calling people. This was the post-Geldof world in which it was ok to hustle and hassle for a place at the front of the queue."
- Bono on U2's early days
did you know
Adam's bass teacher Patrick Pfeiffer wrote a book called Bass Playing for Dummies. Adam said: "It's a good book and I'm going to try to pay more attention to it".