Performance notes: Setlist is incomplete. There are also claims that the setlist featured A Day Without Me and Tomorrow, which we regard with some skepticism: A Day Without Me is not believed to have debuted on the October Tour until the next month in North America, and Tomorrow's debut is understood to have been 26 January 1982. Of course, it is possible the A Day Without Me/Tomorrow claims are correct, but for now, they have been omitted from the set. If you can verify/deny these claims, or can provide any other additional information about this concert's setlist, please do not hesitate to contact us. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"The actual screen arrived very late in the day. The costumes arrived the night before the show. We were still figuring out how to play the songs. This was material that had been generated in a studio environment and we really hadn't a clue how to make these songs work live."
- Adam on Popmart's opening night in Las Vegas
did you know
The final track on the Boy album, "Shadows and Tall Trees", gives a nod to William Golding's novel Lord of the Flies; it shares its name with a chapter from the book.