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U2 Vertigo Tour

Vertigo Tour 1st leg: North America

2005-03-28: San Diego Sports Arena - San Diego, California, USA

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Support Act: Kings of Leon

Setlist:
  1. City Of Blinding Lights
  2. Vertigo / Stories For Boys (snippet)
  3. The Cry
  4. The Electric Co. / Send In The Clowns (snippet) / I Can See For Miles (snippet)
  5. An Cat Dubh
  6. Into The Heart
  7. Beautiful Day / Blackbird (snippet)
  8. New Year's Day
  9. Miracle Drug
  10. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own / No Regrets (snippet)
  11. Love And Peace Or Else
  12. Sunday Bloody Sunday
  13. Bullet The Blue Sky / When Johnny Comes Marching Home (snippet) / The Hands That Built America (snippet)
  14. Running To Stand Still
  15. Zoo Station
  16. The Fly
  17. Elevation

  18. encore(s):
  19. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
  20. Where The Streets Have No Name
  21. One
  22. All Because Of You
  23. Yahweh
  24. 40

Soundchecked: Love And Peace Or Else

Show playtime: 115 minutes

Related articles:
· U2's San Diego #1 setlist & pictures, 28/03 (2005-03-29)

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Articles online:
· U2 Opens Vertigo Tour In San Diego from Billboard
· U2 Go Old School in Cali from RollingStone
· U2: ROCK & ROAR from New York Post
· U2 opener uneven yet uplifting, unifying from Union Tribune
· Rock Icons Content to Do the Things They Do Best from The New York Times
· U2's Vertigo tour is a whirl of rock 'n' roll passion from USA Today
· Concert Review: U2 from Reuters
· U2 is da bomb from Toronto Sun

Songs from 8 U2 albums have been played during this show. Snippets are not counted.

· How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (7 songs)
· Achtung Baby (3 songs)
· Boy (3 songs)
· The Joshua Tree (3 songs)
· War (3 songs)
· All That You Can't Leave Behind (2 songs)
· The Unforgettable Fire (1 song)
· Unreleased Songs (1 song)

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2005-03-28 - San Diego

U2 lead singer Bono, left, flashes a peace sign as he sings as Adam Clayton, right, plays behind him during the first concert of their Vertigo Tour at the San Diego Sports Arena Monday, March 28, 2005. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)  U2 drummer Larry Mullen, left, guitarist The Edge, center left, bassist Adam Clayton, center right, and lead singer Bono, right, perform during the first concert of their Vertigo Tour at the San Diego Sports Arena Monday, March 28, 2005. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)  Photograph by Barry Brecheisen / Rolling Stone  Lead singer Bono, bathed in red light, of the Irish rock group U2 lays down and sings as he kicks off the band's world tour 'Vertigo' during their opening show in San Diego, California March 28, 2005. The Irish rock band has sold over 2.2 million tickets and grossed some $185 million with advance ticket sales. By the time U2's Vertigo concludes, it will be one of the top-grossing rock tours of all time, with a total nearing $300 million. REUTERS/Mike Blake  

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2005-03-28 - San Diego (Pictures by Martin Stieglmayer)

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