Comments: On the 11 O'clock Tick Tock Tour, Fashion were normally support for U2, but as Birmingham was their hometown, the order was reversed at this show and U2 supported Fashion. A bus strike in Birmingham limits the crowd to roughly thirty people. At one point during U2's performance, Bono leaps into the audience and Edge and Adam both follow him with their instruments. However, this results in the guitar and bass cables becoming unplugged, and for a short while, only Bono's microphone and Larry's drums are audible.
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"There's this image of the 'overground'. It was a time when everyone was all indie and grey and dull—the 'underground'. The overground was like coming out into the bright light of a modern city. It's an amazing place to be, walking around these modern cities like Houston or Tokyo. And the idea was coming out into that, embracing it, going after it."
- Bono about Zooropa
did you know
U2 was their own opening act a few times under the name of "The Dalton Brothers", they were dressed like a country band an played songs like "Lucille" and "Lost Highway".