1. Originally posted by Remy:No one knows how long until U2 can and will tour again, and with many people forced to stay at home we thought it would be a good idea to help you out with things to do and watch. Thanks to the rich history of shows and the countless fans putting hours into creating fan-made videos of shows, we have started to catalogue all full U2 live shows and added them to their respective show on our show pages.

    We have chosen to use YouTube links so you can play them easily. You can find the video on the show page of a show with video under the "video" tab.

    We also created an overview page with all 500+ U2 shows we've added so far:

    Thanks to the crew who spent a lot of time adding shows, uploading new ones to YouTube and making the list as complete as possible. As we will find or add more, we will of course add them. If you see a show missing you know has an (almost) full recording please make it known so we can add it.

    So if you have some spare time, pick a show, press play and off you go!

  2. Yes but never in this great quality...

    1981, february 9
    U2 perform two songs on their first appearance on television in Sweden, on Mandagsborsen.

    Show Details:
    U2 do two songs for the TV show Måndagsbörsen. It’s their first television performance in Sweden. The songs are recorded early in the day to allow U2 to get to their performance that night. It is U2’s first appearance on Swedish Television. They are introduced on television by presenter, Staffan Schmidt. The band perform in front of a dark backdrop with lights that make it appear like a starry background. The audience is seated and show little energy during the performance. Bono introduces the band before “I Will Follow”: “We’re called U2. We’re from Dublin. We’re playing later on at the Underground. We’ve released our first album in Sweden, it’s called Boy“