Comments: U2 play for the first time at the Dandelion Market; later in the day they perform at Trinity College. They go on to make seven further appearances at the Dandelion Market, all on weekends in 1979. The setlist for this show is incomplete and in no particular order. The market was held in a carpark and the concerts themselves took place in a shed with a stage made out of leftover beer crates, breeze-blocks, and a few sheets of chipboard. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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- Bono on the 360 tour
did you know
In 2011, Guus van Hove, the director of the Dutch music venue 013, and his girlfriend died of heat exhaustion in a remote part of the Joshua Tree National Park, allegedly searching for the site of U2's tree, which is fact is over 200 miles away from the park.