Why would people who have tickets sell them if there's a DVD release, especially when this could be(?) the last time they play that part of the world.
My point was not that it would affect the JT19 ticket sales (they're poor anyway), more like the band will be busy with the tour and they won't be working on/promoting the release as they'd normally do.
But then again @deanallison has a very valid point pointing out that Boston 01, Chicago 05 and Pasadena 09 were released while their respective tours were still on. So my point makes no sense whatsoever
"It was a political statement to the entire world that he kept this garden going. He was this deeply philosophical character and to him it was an act of defiance to grow flowers in the middle of Aleppo. He actually wound up getting killed in an air raid, so it was a very sad ending, but Bono was really inspired by his defiance. When we were looking at that song, we decided that should be the focus geographically"
- Edge on Summer of Love, 2017
did you know
U2 were supposed to play three songs at Live Aid - Sunday Bloody Sunday, Bad, and Pride, U2's big hit at the time. Ultimately, U2 just played Sunday Bloody Sunday and a very long version of Bad.