Comments: Bono counts in for 11 O'Clock Tick Tock, but Larry doesn't come in because he is on the floor trying to re-position his drums, which had slid forward on some carpet. Bono believes Larry is hiding from the crowd, so he throws parts of Larry's drum kit into the crowd. Bono advances around the kit to fight Larry, and Edge punches Bono in the face. Larry runs to the dressing room as Edge and Bono fight. The gig ends early. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"Filming Red Rocks cost us thirty grand. That was all the money we'd make. This was the first tour we were going to make any money at all, and this is where we put it, so there was a lot riding on that night."
- Bono on filming Red Rocks
did you know
"At the start of the U2360° Tour, the band weren’t planning to shoot the Rose Bowl. They wanted to do a shoot in Fez, a town in Morocco in a ‘riad’ – a type of Moroccan house built around an open 360 degree courtyard – and there would be 100- 200 invited people there to see it."
- Malcolm Gerrie, producer of the 360 Tour DVD