Comments: Bono and Edge perform two songs at the O2 Arena as part of a special RTE programme about late Irish musician Ronnie Drew. U2 were the first band to perform in the Point Depot, as part of the filming for Rattle And Hum, and after the venue was rebuilt as the larger O2 Arena, the band were given this opportunity to again be the first to play. For the occasion, Bono and Edge acoustically revisited the two tracks that were recorded for Rattle And Hum at the Point. This was the first time Van Diemen's Land has been performed since 6 July 1993. At present, it is not known which order the songs were played in. Setlist and show date provided by U2gigs.com.
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what they said
"I wrote the words about a friend of mine, his name was Gareth Spaulding. And on his twentyfirst birthday he and his friends decided to give themselves a present of enough heroine into his veins to kill him."
- Bono on the song 'Bad'
did you know
One of the working titles of the Pop album before it was finally named Pop was 'Miami'.