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U2 Unforgettable Fire Tour

The Unforgettable Fire 6th leg: European Summer Festivals

1985-07-07: Festival Grounds - Werchter, Belgium

« 1985-07-06 - Torhout | 1985-07-13 - London »


Setlist:
  1. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
  2. I Will Follow
  3. Seconds
  4. Out Of Control / Get Up Stand Up (snippet)
  5. MLK
  6. The Unforgettable Fire
  7. Wire
  8. Sunday Bloody Sunday
  9. The Cry
  10. The Electric Co. / Amazing Grace (snippet)
  11. A Sort Of Homecoming
  12. Bad / Norwegian Wood (snippet) / Ruby Tuesday (snippet) / Sympathy For The Devil (snippet) / Walk On The Wild Side (snippet)
  13. October
  14. New Year's Day
  15. Pride (In The Name Of Love)

  16. encore(s):
  17. Party Girl
  18. Gloria
  19. 40 / Do They Know It's Christmas (snippet) / We Are The World (snippet)
Comments: Final performances of Seconds and Wire. The Cry, a mini-song used as The Electric Co.'s intro, is used for the last time until 28 March 2005.

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Songs from 7 U2 albums have been played during this show. Snippets are not counted.

· The Unforgettable Fire (6 songs)
· War (4 songs)
· Boy (3 songs)
· October (2 songs)
· B-Sides (1 song)
· Non-album songs (1 song)
· Unreleased Songs (1 song)

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