Performance notes: It is Saint Patrick's Day and U2 play an enthusiastic concert to an equally enthusiastic audience. U2 repeat Gloria in the encore as a "thank you" to the crowd's enthusiasm. A Celebration is played for the first time in two weeks, and this is its last performance until late November 1983. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"There was quite a lof of debate about whether or not that would be included. It was a bit of fun and frivolity, which is not something U2 are noted for."
- Adam on Wild Honey
did you know
During the recording sessions of Achtung Baby, the band were working on a primitive version of Mysterious Ways called 'Sick Puppy'. During these versions, The Edge improvised a chord progression that the rest of the band worked with. From that chord progression the song 'One' was born, ultimately changing the outlook of the sessions and more importantly, keeping the band together.