Performance notes: An interview of U2 by John Wilson is broadcast on BBC Radio 4's Front Row. The interview is at the band's Dublin studios and pre-recorded on the same day as their performance on The Culture Show. It is broadcast on Radio 4 on 24 February 2009. During the interview, Edge strums the Where The Streets Have No Name riff for a few seconds and snippets of the band rehearsing Get On Your Boots and Magnificent are broadcast. No full live songs are played, however. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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