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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.
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"The Edge is a really, really intense guy, he's got this incredibly high IQ, he's great at sorting out issues of worldly importance, it's just that he forgets the everyday things, like the chords of songs, where he is and so on."
- Bono, January 1983
did you know
The band considered releasing The Joshua Tree as a double-album that would have included B-sides. Bono was the most vocal proponent of the idea, whereas The Edge argued for the 11-track version that was ultimately released.