1992-03-17 - Boston, Massachusetts - Boston Garden
Even Better Than The Real Thing
Until The End Of The World
Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
Angel Of Harlem
Dirty Old Town
Satellite Of Love
Van Diemen's Land
Bad / All I Want Is You (snippet)
Bullet The Blue Sky
Running To Stand Still / The Needle and the Damage Done (snippet)
Where The Streets Have No Name
Pride (In The Name Of Love)
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
With Or Without You
Love Is Blindness
Comments on this show:
This is a pretty funny show, very listenable and.. well, U2 + St. Patrick's Day + ZooTV + Boston, that's always epic isn't it?
Listened to this awhile back- one of my favorite Zoo shows, easily my favorite of the first leg. The whole "party" atmosphere is just enhanced by it being St. Patty's Day, and what better city than Boston?
An amazing night.I saw the band 10 times on ZooTV,and this show was the best that I attended.It was St.Pats Day,Boston (a very Irish city) and me and a friend scored tickets and drove up from NYC.The best part,Edge walking down the runway and playing Van Diemans Land solo.We had to run back to NY,as we were seeing the band the next night, in NJ on 03.18.92.Great show.Bostons a great city and I had a great 24 hrs there.A top 5 out of my shows.
LOL.Thanks.I was a bit much back then.I also so the band 10 times on Joshua Tree in 1987.But they didnt come back (no Lovetown Tour) until 1992.The USA didnt get no love for the 1993 Zooropa Tour either. I would have seen the boys alot more.By the time they came back in 1997,I wasnt as into them after Pop came out.Oasis and Radiohead really took over for me(from 1994 -1999). I was glad they went back to basics in 2000.But,my days of seeing the band 10 times a year are long over.Im 44 and married with 4 kids. But Im traveling to Montreal for both shows next year,and have tickets to Philly and NY.So I guess 4 aint bad for 2011 right?? Peace
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did you know
"All Along the Watchtower" was recorded in Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco in front of what many consider to be the ugliest sculpture in the city. Bono's spraypainted words required a formal apology from the band and were removed within days.