U2's first ever concert in New Brunswick, or anywhere in Atlantic Canada. This show was not in the original 2010 itinerary for U2's second North American leg, and when the rescheduled 2011 itinerary was announced on 13 July 2010, this show was not included either. It was only added to the itinerary on 31 January 2011, displacing Pittsburgh's status as the final show of the leg. This show features the tour debut of 40; it is the first time an original U2 song has made a tour debut at the last show
of a tour, let alone as the very last song
of the tour. It was not on the printed setlist; Bono sprayed the crowd with champagne before the band played the song. It ended in the traditional manner: the band members left stage individually, with Larry the last to go.
An archive of tweets for this show can be found here