Performance notes: Instant Karma is performed with Patti Smith and it ends in bizarre circumstances that remain unclear. Bono and Patti left the stage, then came back to continue the song, and then left for good. The original printed setlist included Bad after Instant Karma to close the show. The show also features the last performance of MLK until 29 June 2009. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"How can you claim to be uncomfortable with public attention and then spend your life playing in a rock band? There are some things about a drummer that I have never figured out. This is a man who would sing 'Dirty Old Town' and other Irish drinking songs a capella nightly in front of 50,000 people and then tell you he doesn't like attention."
- Bono on Larry
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