Performance notes: U2 play for the first time at the Dandelion Market; later in the day they perform at Trinity College. They go on to make seven further appearances at the Dandelion Market, all on weekends in 1979. The setlist for this show is incomplete and in no particular order. The market was held in a carpark and the concerts themselves took place in a shed with a stage made out of leftover beer crates, breeze-blocks, and a few sheets of chipboard. 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!
We would like to know which shows you attended and which shows you are going to attend. On this page you can see which members attended or are going to attend this show. Maybe you can send some of them a private message to meet up or talk about this show.
No U2start users attended this show.
Here you can find and post reviews of this show. We encourage everyone that either attended or listened to this show to write a review. Currently we have 0 reviews for you to read.
Welcome to our audio page, on this page you can download lossy (MP3) and sometimes even the lossless (mostly FLAC) audio recordings (also known as bootlegs) of this show. The available recordings are sorted on the type of recording and the quality of the recording.
Welcome to our photo page, on this page you can view and download high resolution and high quality photos of this show. No low resolution or low quality photos are accepted, you only see the very best of the best. Of course you can also upload your own high resolution and high quality photos easily.
what they said
"I don't know how abstract the record will end up but it has started quite abstract, a lot of very, very aggressive guitar playing. Edge is like a maniac at the moment. It's not going to be a laid-back record, I can tell you that."
- Bono on making Achtung Baby, 1990
did you know
The song 'Peace On Earth' refers to the August 1998 Omagh city bombing which targeted shoppers and was planted by an extremist group known as the Real IRA.