Hmmm, no... We (and many other sites) use Pimm Jal De La Parra's excellent book as a guide. The bad thing is that the author passed away in 2002 so it's only complete up to the Elevation Tour.
Heck, even U2 themselves use it as a guide!! Here's what Willie Williams said about it when Pimm passed away:
"Some time after the Zoo TV tour, the book U2 Live: A Concert Documentary dropped into my lap and left me speechless. Being something of an archivist myself I was deeply impressed by such a comprehensive history of U2's live career -- especially as this was long before the Internet made such data collection much more feasible.
The book instantly became U2's final authority on all things regarding touring history. I would always carry a copy in my work box and there's always one on the tour aeroplane, largely for solving arguments over important issues like exactly when we first played in Detroit, or the name of that club in Burton-on-Trent where Bono first went body surfing. It would also make us laugh too, like a family photo album, reading P.J.'s frank, objective honesty about the standard of certain events and performances.
The most delightful thing of all though is that through all the years he spent documenting our work lives, P.J. never asked for anything. He always bought his own tickets, queued to get into gigs, never hassled anyone about wanting to meet the band or get backstage. We corresponded occasionally over the years, largely as I was very keen to help fill in some of the blanks in early parts of the book. He was always pleasant and grateful but never inclined to take advantage of how much U2 were in awe of his information archive.
"I finally met him during the Elevation tour when we had a chat outside the venue one day. I invited him in to join us for dinner but he politely declined as he was with friends in line waiting to get into the heart. I felt quietly humbled!"
"I remember when I first saw it, that I had this very odd feeling because the structure was so big and it filled the stadium in an odd way. The stadium became intimate because looking at this large object everything else was smaller."
- Adam on The Claw, U2's 360 tour stage
did you know
The song 'Is That All?' is about Bono acknowledging his feelings of creative frustration and failure.