1983-03-17 - Sheffield, England - City Hall

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Comments: It is Saint Patrick's Day and U2 play an enthusiastic concert to an equally enthusiastic audience. U2 repeat Gloria in the encore as a "thank you" to the crowd's enthusiasm. A Celebration is played for the first time in two weeks, and this is its last performance until late November 1983.
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songs per album

  1. October (6)
  2. War (6)
  3. Boy (5)
  4. B-sides and singles (3)
  5. Other songs (1)
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review by patou2

4 years ago

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Recording: "War Sheffield" - 3 stars

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Overall

Very good show but the sound is poor. Gloria ( 1st) and Tomorrow are cut. Gloria is played twice . Highlights: A day without me, Surrender, Two hearts beat as one, A celebration and 40

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