First night! The U2360 2010 tour kicks off in Turin, Italy. According to security, support act Kasabian will be on stage 7:30pm and U2 at 9pm CET. Due to circumstances beyond our control (um… going for sushi. Food > U2.) I’ll be away from the computer for most of the show, but no doubt will start filling in the details here shortly after.
Atu2.com has a handy list of people likely to tweet live setlist updates. Keep an eye on pictures posted to twitter via this twicsy link.
U2.com is carrying a feed to fan tweets on their tour page. (You’ll have to scroll down the page to see them. Or open the feed in a new window.) To be included, add the hashtag #u2360turin to your tweets.
Comment from friend in the stadium: “Voice and back seem OK. And all four of them seem to be enjoying themselves.”
Several videos from the show.
Continue for setlist
Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton are among the guests of ‘Hal Willner presents: An Evening with Gavin Friday and Friends’, at Carnegie Hall on October 4th, 2009, celebrating Gavin Friday’s 50th birthday. The concert is part of the a (RED) Nights Event series.
The full line up is:
Laurie Anderson, Antony, Elizabeth Ashley, Bono, Adam Clayton, Andrea Corr, The Edge, Flo & Eddie, Joel Grey, Bill Frisell, Guggi, Courtney Love, Lydia Lunch, Patrick McCabe, Maria McKee, Shane MacGowan, Eric Mingus, Larry Mullen, JG Thirlwell, Martha Wainwright, Rufus Wainwright, Chloe Webb, Plus Special Guests.
For more information go to www.gavinfriday.com
Unfortunately the clips below have been removed from YouTube for copyright reasons, but you can see some lovely fan-shot footage here.
U2 performed live in front of 350 fans (competition winners and guests) at the BBC Radio Theatre on Friday afternoon. The band played Get On Your Boots, Magnificent, Beautiful Day and Breathe.