Performance notes: U2 were first act of the night and added very late to the bill so they do not appear on promotional material - OMD were also a late addition, replacing the Human League. Set may or may not be in the correct order or complete, though it must be at least close to complete as it looks a decent length for the first band of the night; at any rate, Concentration Cramp and Boy-Girl were indeed the opener and closer. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"We will never leave Dublin, the people we trust and love are there. It works out much better for England. When we come over for a month's tour we put all our energies into that period. We come in like a fist, like a punch to the gut, BOOM!, and then we leave and take it out."
- Bono, 1982
did you know
U2 has sold approximately 50.5 million albums in the U.S., according to the RIAA, and upwards of 170 million worldwide.