Comments: Bono's charity work is honoured at the Keep A Child Alive black ball. Alicia Keys performs a number of songs at the event, including material from her new album, Sheryl Crow's I Still Believe with Crow herself, a cover of Sunday Bloody Sunday with Gwen Stefani, and a cover of Miss Sarajevo with opera singer Kathleen Battle. At the end of the night, Bono joins Keys for one song. The Agape Orphanage's children's choir joins them for the song's conclusion. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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The Popmart stage design, which looked like a supermarket, appealed to Bono as a supermarket, with its myriad choices and temptations, could function as a metaphor for U2's songs, as they often deal with the struggle between desire and faith.