Comments: In the early hours of 14 April, U2 celebrate the end of their South American tour at a local club singing karaoke and performing live with local musicians. The setlist's order is unknown, and it is possibly incomplete. Edge performs Miss You with local musicians and Let's Dance with Dom Howard (of Muse) and Larry drumming together; Larry sings Wild Rover a capella; Bono sings Psycho Killer with local musicians and Dom and Larry on drums. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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The album Songs of Innocence used to start with 'This Is Where You Can Reach Me,' which was always supposed to be the first song. U2 then changed this to Raised by Wolves, but ultimately decided to "put the songs first", just like on Joshua Tree.