Performance notes: U2 play at the Dandelion Market a second time, at 3pm. Edge is sick and cannot play, so Joe Savino (of the Brown Thomas Band) and Denis Rusk (of support act The Strougers) provide assistance. Bono also attempts to play guitar but struggles. Above setlist is obviously incomplete; it may have also included a Rolling Stones cover. Later in the day U2 play a second show in Cork; it is not known whether Edge played. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.Was one of these songs performed outstandingly during this show? Click on the name of the song to mark it as such!
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what they said
"Hawkmoon 269 was recorded in Sunset Sound, with all that shit that happens around there going on. Search-and-destroy choppers looking for drug busts, Sunset Strip, hookers. Every neon sign advertising sex in some shape or form. You could feel all that coming through in 'Hawkmoon'."
- Bono on recording Hawkmoon 269 in Los Angeles
did you know
U2 lost money on the production of the 1997 Sarajevo PopMart show as ticket prices were kept low, an average of $18, which did not cover the cost of the production. Any income generated from radio sales went to War Child.