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Common misconception that this show was in Miami. It was actually about 50 miles north of Miami in Sunrise, FL a suburb of Ft. Lauderdale. The Alarm opened this show and U2 was magnificent as Bono fell into audience and was passed through the crowd. The venue, the Sunrise Musical Theater also had a restaurant in which for certain shows they sold dinner/concert packages. The band found that the theater had sold these tickets and announced anyone holding these tickets overpaid and could get refunded at box office after show.
The sound at this venue was always top notch.
There is no audio for this show. Crowd in attendance at actual show was excellent, although most were just discovering the band.
Memorable concert, start to finish. Where I first discovered the Alarm and realized at that point I would see every opening band U2 invited on tour.
Welcome to our audio page, on this page you can download lossy (MP3) and sometimes even the lossless (mostly FLAC) audio recordings (also known as bootlegs) of this show. The available recordings are sorted on the type of recording and the quality of the recording.
Welcome to our photo page, on this page you can view and download high resolution and high quality photos of this show. No low resolution or low quality photos are accepted, you only see the very best of the best. Of course you can also upload your own high resolution and high quality photos easily.
"In the big picture, missing a gig is not necessarily the worst offence in your life but, for me, it was the first time as a member of U2 that I had really let my bandmates down."
- Adam Clayton on missing the first Sydney show during the ZooTV tour
did you know
Brian Eno, who has worked with U2 a lot, does also work for Microsoft. He composed the welcome sound during the introduction for Windows XP as well as the original startup sound for Windows 95.