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U2 ZOO TV Tour

ZOO TV 1st leg: North America

1992-03-23: The Forum - Montreal, Quebec, Canada

« 1992-03-21 - Albany | 1992-03-24 - Toronto »


Setlist:
  1. Zoo Station
  2. The Fly
  3. Even Better Than The Real Thing
  4. Mysterious Ways
  5. One
  6. Until The End Of The World
  7. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
  8. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
  9. Angel Of Harlem
  10. Slow Dancing
  11. Satellite Of Love
  12. Bad / All I Want Is You (snippet)
  13. Bullet The Blue Sky
  14. Running To Stand Still
  15. Where The Streets Have No Name
  16. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
  17. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

  18. encore(s):
  19. Desire
  20. Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
  21. With Or Without You
  22. Love Is Blindness
Comments: Zoo TV Tour debut of Slow Dancing. It was previously performed on the Lovetown Tour but a studio version was not officially released until November 1993.

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Songs from 6 U2 albums have been played during this show. Snippets are not counted.

· Achtung Baby (10 songs)
· The Joshua Tree (5 songs)
· Rattle And Hum (2 songs)
· The Unforgettable Fire (2 songs)
· B-Sides (1 song)
· Cover songs (1 song)

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