This Day In U2 History
U2 History on this Day
- Although released in Ireland a few days earlier, “11 O’Clock Tick Tock“ is released on this day in the UK, and is their first release outside of Ireland. (1980)
- U2 perform at a concert to encourage a “Yes” vote in the upcoming referendum on the Peace Accord, and Bono is joined on stage by David Trimble and John Hume, the leaders of Northern Ireland’s main Protestant and Catholic parties. (1998)
All Releases Containing U2 on This Day
U2 Shows on This Day
- Ryerson Theatre, Toronto, Canada (1981) [U2] U2 play a concert in Toronto as part of the Boy tour.
- Music Hall, Cleveland, OH, USA (1983) [U2]
- Estadio Carlos Tartiere, Oviedo, Spain (1993) [U2]
- Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO, USA (1997) [U2]
- Waterfront Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland (1998) [U2] This is the "Yes Campaign" show, and Bono and The Edge join Ash for "Don't Let Me Down", and the full band joins for "One" and "Stand by Me."
- Slipper Room, New York, NY, USA (2005) [U2]
- SAP Center, San Jose, CA, USA (2015) [U2]
- CenturyLink Center, Omaha, NE, USA (2018) [U2]
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