The U2start Podcast brings you insights into the world of U2 and U2 fans. We talk with passionate and dedicated fans and take you with us in an adventure around the world following U2 on their 2019 Joshua Tree tour.
Your podcast hosts for this episode are Remy and Joeri. The music is created by LikeASong.
Episode #9 - Seoul, Manila and Ending in Mumbai
The last 3 shows of The Joshua Tree 2019 tour are the focus of this episode and we talk about it with those who were there. We talk setlists, local fan experiences and share anecdotes from Seoul, Manila and Mumbai. We also answer questions from fans and discuss in length what’s next for U2, reviewing the status of the upcoming concerts films, new albums and what a future tour could look like. We thank you for a great 2019 and look forward to a new year of podcasts in 2020!
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Thanks for your kind words and support on the podcast this year. It has been listened to from almost 70 different countries which far exceeds what we were hoping for. U2 fans are everywhere, what a band!
We'll be back in 2020. 👏
Great podcast, Remy, and as someone who attended the last three shows, pretty accurate.
It wasn't easy (if we ever go back to India you need to do a special edition entitled "getting a SIM in India as a foreigner", it involves lots of calls to the government and to the phone company, or alternatively getting an 8 year old kid to buy one for you, with his parents permission, in exchange for candy and I do believe the last car just might be ready to leave the Philippine Arena parking lot) but I wouldn't trade these experiences for anything. Have great memories of meeting fans seeing U2 for the first time and the looks in their eyes were priceless. Felt the same way, albeit a bit less drastic, in Tulsa and Omaha. Let's hope the band makes a point of hitting new markets every tour from this point on.
And thanks to U2start. I don't travel to spend my time online, I travel in part to get away from the internet, so a combo of your site, forum and Twitter feed was all I needed to navigate the various issues that presented itself in GA. Other sites not needed, which was a big time saver.
FYI: my manifestation of Bono Mono was officially diagnosed today as Influenza type B by the NHS. It apparently is not as severe as the worst flu out there but takes forever to completely go away. So to those still suffering there is hope: about 4-6 weeks from exposure to complete recovery. Happy holidays, all.
"We are still learning after thirty years and that's what it's all about. We are still all fascinated by music, what it means to people when it's great, and what it means to us. Having lasted this long, we don't want to go down without a fight."
- The Edge
did you know
At one point in in their career, less than ten paying customers were on hand for a U2 show. In the early 90's, U2 was the biggest export in all of Ireland.