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  1. It's a nice idea, but that would cater more to the more dedicated fans. The casual fans (who are probably not on this forum) would likely prefer the more well known hits from back when. And it would seem a bit out of step with the theme of the show as they chose to keep the JT name for the tour. (better for sales of course) I wouldn't put it past them to come up with a 1 or 2 song surprise, different from the 2017 tour, but don't get your hopes up.
  2. Hi, I'm interested in a ticket. I'll shoot you a message. Daniel
  3. Yep, I bought a GA ticket about a week ago via Ticketmaster. Noticed the link from the U2 site was still up. I thought it was one of those loose seats in the upper tiers, but I tried GA first, expecting nothing. But low and behold, I was able to buy a ticket. Maybe somebody just returned theirs. Got lucky I guess.
  4. To shed a slightly different light on this. Some comments refered to other people filming the show. I'm one of those people that upload, I would like say decent video's from concerts, including U2, on Youtube. I started out about 7 years ago around the time of the first 360 shows. I wanted to have decent video's of the concert that I went to, so I could enjoy it again. But as most concert vids on Youtube are crap and the official dvd is good, but usually a pimped videoclip style video from a show that I did not attend, I decided to try it myself. I take notice of the people around me when
  5. Edge has stated they will play the album in sequence, but probably wont start the show with it, cause u want to build up to the streets. I figure they will start with other songs, and then halfway through, play JT, and finish with an encore (or 2). Then again, nothing is set in stone with U2 and opening with Streets would be epic and immediately shifting the show into 5th gear.
  6. I went to Amsterdam where we had Snow Patrol. I know them and kinda like them. Like a band you would have a greatest hits album of after a couple of albums. They were quite good live. I also went to Wembley, where we had Elbow, Glasvegas and The Hours. I didnt know any of them and they could not convince me to go out after the show and buy their album or at least try some of their music. I've been a fan of Muse for some years and to get them as an opener for U2 is like a dream. Of course they have the disadvantage of a toned down light show and not get full quality and power of soundsyste
  7. I think its different for everyone. Not so much outdated perhaps, but more a matter of feeling. I would figure U2 sit down and figure out the basic setlist before a tour, build around their current album and what phase they are in at that time. And certain songs would probably not fit in the current tour as they see it at that time. Doesnt mean they are outdated or not still great songs in my view. Maybe if they were asked the same question again in more calm setting, you might get a more accurate and better describing anwser. They've dropped crowd favourites before for 1 or more tours. SBS
  8. Muse - the Resistance (awesome album, so jealous on the people getting them as a warmup act in concerts to come:-0 )
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