2022-12-14 - Dublin
Tour: Various Dates
Songs played: 0
Audio recordings: 0
  1. Originally posted by popmarter:[..]
    Don't think it was a mistake it got a lukewarm reaction in Slane in 2001 when they could do no wrong probably thought it wasn't worth the risk in Croke Park In front of their biggest fans and critics
    It was a bit of a shambles at Slane though compared to the more rehearsed version they performed on JT2017. I think if they’d played 2 nights at croke park they probably would have played it one of the nights but I’d say over 90% of fans in the stadium would regard Bad as a better track anyway so you’ll only see complaints amongst the real die hard fans who were already being catered for by them playing the 2nd half of JT and little things that give you away.
  2. There is no law against playing ASOH and Bad at the same show.
  3. Originally posted by Unodostres123:[..]
    It was a bit of a shambles at Slane though compared to the more rehearsed version they performed on JT2017. I think if they’d played 2 nights at croke park they probably would have played it one of the nights but I’d say over 90% of fans in the stadium would regard Bad as a better track anyway so you’ll only see complaints amongst the real die hard fans who were already being catered for by them playing the 2nd half of JT and little things that give you away.
    They could have played ASOH AND Bad like they did in Seattle for example.
  4. Originally posted by Unodostres123:[..]
    A rough idea was tweeted from an attendee who also says they ‘could be missing another’

    Invisible
    Bad
    Vertigo
    Sunday Bloody Sunday
    Every Breaking wave
    Beautiful day
    Stuck in a moment
    Angel of Harlem
    One

    Also was specified it wasn’t in that order. Angel of Harlem is an interesting one with it not being on songs of surrender.


    Altough Invisible was played first Bono afterwords, or before playing the song can't remember, said that it would be the last song of the show. Makes sense because that song is played with much more musicians than the other songs, so a grand finale.

    So I don't think the order of the setlist that night will be the order in the show anyway.
  5. Originally posted by JoeHar:[..]


    Altough Invisible was played first Bono afterwords, or before playing the song can't remember, said that it would be the last song of the show. Makes sense because that song is played with much more musicians than the other songs, so a grand finale.

    So I don't think the order of the setlist that night will be the order in the show anyway.
    That makes sense as they also changed the running order for the broadcast of the bbc abbey road performance.