Guessing it'll be the usual balance of new material, staples, rareities, electric with some acoustic, just with more setlist variance from night to night than past arena tours.
Could also see parts of the setlist being grouped by the two themes as well, instead of one night for songs dealing with innocence and the other for experience.
Think I'm in the same boat, and I'm preparing for no physical ticket. It says on the page where I bought tickets that reserved locations are credit-card entry. My confirmation e-mail says e-tickets under delivery, and gives me the option to either go mobile (sign into ticket account, tap orders and show tickets on phone) or to print tickets at home. Of course, the event info page where I bought the tickets says "delivery on all tickets will be delayed until on or around the public onsale date", so this all might become clearer around Monday. Hope that helps somewhat. I've never done a paperles
1) Cedarwood Road
2) Raised By Wolves
4) Song For Someone
5) The Miracle
I'd say the gap between my most listened to and least listened to track is narrower for SOI compared to any of their albums.
The honourable mentions list is miles long, but for today it's...
Angel Of Harlem
Until The End Of The World
Bullet The Blue Sky
Even Better Than The Real Thing
Pride (In The Name Of Love)
I don't think it'll be that drastic. The tour is 4-6 months away. I doubt Bono would have to spend that long away from the stage.
I'm hopeful of that too, Peter. 360 was announced early March for an end of June start. I see a delay in the tour being announced, but if rumours are accurate of a May start, the dates might not be in jeopardy at this point.
Hopeful for a full recovery for Bono.