Agree with another poster..they don't end with Streets..they haven't that I am aware of (main set maybe) perhaps ever... They will do JT in full and in order is my guess. That is how EVERY SINGLE BAND does it when stuff is played in full. When I saw the Cult do Love it was in order..so yeah we got She Sells Sanctuary "earlier" in the set.. When I saw Slint do Spiderland in full..same thing. DOn't break it up..that is silly. Pearl Jam did 10 in full (in order) as well as a few others. Keep it in order.
So as the poster above noted much like Rush expect
JT to either open the show
Best of stuff
Random Best of.. break
I am going to go w/JT being the start. The run time for JTree is UNDER 60 min (actually a hair over 50). Figure with chatter you are going to get a 60 minute JT set, 5 minute "break" and then maybe another 60 of "other stuff". I love em too, but think. Marathon sets is something I've never seen U2 do.
According to U2Gigs site: On two occasions at the end of the 360° Tour, U2 played 26 songs, namely on 20 July 2011 in East Rutherford and 30 July 2011 in Moncton. They also played 26 songs on 27 June 2005 in Dublin on the Vertigo Tour, although as An Cat Dubh and Into The Heart are basically two parts of an essentially inseparable whole, some people may only count that set as having 25 songs. A couple of other setlists have been bumped up to 26 thanks to Bono leading the audience in singing Happy Birthday.
So..a Spingsteen'esque setlist shouldn't be expected. JT tree is 11 tunes already. You are gonna get Pride and Sunday..Bad in some cities, Breathe friends..its going to rule regardless.