Performance notes: U2's popularity outside Ireland grows - not only is this show sold out, but some 200 fans without tickets are denied entry.
Setlist is possibly incomplete. Reviewer Daniela Soave, in a review one week later, said a slowish song was performed after An Cat Dubh but she could not recall the name of it. This is very likely referring to Into the Heart, as the two songs have only ever been performed together. As we do not have direct confirmation of this, it is currently not listed in the setlist; making this the only recorded setlist to feature only one of the two songs. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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- Larry Mullen Jr, 2009
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