Comments: Bono and Edge appear at the annual Pavarotti And Friends concert in support of the War Child charity. They play the live debut of Miss Sarajevo, a song to be released on the Passengers' album Original Soundtracks 1 later that year, and are joined by fellow "Passengers" Brian Eno and Pavarotti. Eno and an orchestra of 100+ members accompany Bono and Edge for One. They then appear in the All-star Finale at the end of the show, Nessun Dorma. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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