Performance notes: Setlist is incomplete. U2, then known as The Hype, perform at a church hall in Raheny on an unknown date, presumably in the second half of 1977. This show definitely took place after the gig on 11 April 1977, as that was the band's first "proper" public gig and they were still known then as Feedback. By the time this show took place, they were The Hype. Only one song from the setlist is known, a Thin Lizzy cover. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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