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360° Tour 7th leg: North America

2011-07-30: Magnetic Hill Music Festival Site - Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

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Support Acts: Arcade Fire, Carney

Setlist:
  1. Even Better Than The Real Thing
  2. The Fly
  3. Mysterious Ways
  4. Until The End Of The World / Anthem (snippet)
  5. I Will Follow
  6. Get On Your Boots
  7. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Springhill Mining Disaster (snippet)
  8. Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
  9. Beautiful Day / Space Oddity (snippet)
  10. Elevation
  11. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
  12. Miss Sarajevo
  13. Zooropa
  14. City Of Blinding Lights
  15. Vertigo / It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It) (snippet)
  16. Miss You (snippet) / I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight / Discothèque (snippet) / Life During Wartime (snippet) / Psycho Killer (snippet)
  17. Sunday Bloody Sunday
  18. Scarlet
  19. Walk On

  20. encore(s):
  21. One
  22. Hallelujah (snippet) / Where The Streets Have No Name
  23. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
  24. With Or Without You / Love Will Tear Us Apart (snippet)
  25. Moment of Surrender
  26. Out Of Control
  27. 40 / The Aaronic Blessing (snippet)
Comments: 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.

Related articles:
· News Regarding U2's Next Album and Tour (2013-04-23)
· U2's Moncton setlist, 30/07 (2011-07-30)
· U2 to play in Moncton - first ever show in Atlantic Canada (2011-01-31)

Concert reviews: Submit your review

· Bono struggled....Arcade Fire Amazed!
· Amazing...start to finish submitted by the macleans
· Hmmmmmmm submitted by john
· AWESOME SHOW !!!!!! submitted by ANDY GALLANT
· Go MONCTON submitted by Rich
· AWESOME event. submitted by Sue
· Absolutely Incredible! submitted by Chris J
· Outstanding submitted by Drew Smith
· Best Show Ever submitted by kim silliker
· Outstanding In the Maritimes submitted by Frank
· An incredible sensory experience, and roller coaster submitted by g. allen
· U2 has aged well submitted by Stephen
· Show ends with 40
· A magic night submitted by Stephen beed


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Songs from 12 U2 albums have been played during this show. Snippets are not counted.

· Achtung Baby (5 songs)
· All That You Can't Leave Behind (3 songs)
· No Line On The Horizon (3 songs)
· The Joshua Tree (3 songs)
· Boy (2 songs)
· How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (2 songs)
· War (2 songs)
· Zooropa (2 songs)
· Non-album songs (1 song)
· October (1 song)
· Passengers: Original Soundtracks 1 (1 song)
· The Unforgettable Fire (1 song)

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2011-07-30 - Moncton

Photo by Mars Girl (Heidi E) / marsgirl@neo.rr.com  Photo by Dan Pinard  Photo by Mars Girl (Heidi E) / marsgirl@neo.rr.com  Photo by Megan / megan.cox@hotmail.com  

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