under a blood-red screen: u2 slay seattle and eamon dunphy
The show was the band\'s first show in a few years.
The United States has changed, but it is very familiar.
This epoch-making album has been released for 30 years.
However, Borno did not launch a full
The attack on Donald Trump at the Seattle Century Link Stadium, but used a more subtle approach to express views on the new president of the United States.
But before last night\'s show, he said: \"Trump\'s supporters --
People who voted for Trump
It was popular at the U2 concert in the United States, but Donald Trump himself was not popular at the U2 concert in the United States.
I welcome his supporters.
But I don\'t want him here.
People like this
\"Eddie Weddle, the lead singer of The Seattle native and Pearl Jam Band, and act Mumford & Sons, support, also joined the band\'s stage.
The perfect combination of human and rock theater will be staged in theater 1.
This summer, 7 million fans watched 33 shows in North America and Europe and showed off the full album, along with u2\'s nearly 40-
Song Catalog from years ago.
: \"I think a lot of people would be happy to be at Crocker Park in July 22, the greatest hit show because they played five or six of the biggest songs and then, they put all 11 songs, one by one, and then they made another bunch of hits, so it was the biggest hit tour, just like it was a tour.
He added: \"They play every song in the album in order, and they play the same as they did initially, but they have all sorts of things. . .
It is impossible to describe their image on the stage.
They have a coal mine band, but to my surprise, a song I \'ve never really liked before is awesome.
Fan Ning also discussed another new song.
\"We talked to Bono beforehand and he was really excited about every second under the sun,\" he said . \".
\"But he talked about the first new single, which is about to be launched, and there\'s an Emmon dunfi reference in the process of what Bono said to me, but I can\'t hear it!
\"The 40-foot giant 200ft, 8,000-resolution led screen was a highlight of last night\'s show in Jimmy Hendricks and Kurt Cobain\'s hometown and the opening night of last Friday\'s tour in Vancouver.
It consists of more than 1,040 video panels, designed by u2\'s performance designer Willie Williams since 1983.
Almost the width of the entire stadium, long-
Time Band collaborator Anton Corbyn died at Valley and Zabriskie Point in the iconic California location.
On the tour, French artist J. R.
He was shot and killed in the Zatari refugee camp in Jordan, where there are 80,000 Syrian refugees.
The visual naming of avant-garde women accompanied and supported the development of an organization
The campaign to eradicate poverty is a gender discrimination campaign. The full set-
The list of the Seattle show on Sunday night is: and.
When it was released in 1987, Bono, Larry Mullen, edge, and Adam Clayton introduced edge in the music Covent.
U2 shelved an immediate plan to record a follow-up last year.
Up to 2015 \'ssongs Innocencealbum while wandering around again for 30 years.
Speaking of the audience in Seattle last night, Dave Van Ning said: \"In the US, Europe, U2\'s audience is always crazy, but this album is really important for people.
\"It sold 26 million copies and on the day it started it was called \'Two America \'.
There wasn\'t a lot of growling at Donald Trump on stage last night, but there were also some interesting complaints as they used some clips from old Hollywood movies like bad westerns, so, they cut some of those clips together and joked about Trump instead of mentioning him.
Fan Ning continued: \"There is AIDS in Syria --
Bono is still doing what you always expect him to do, but it\'s a bit subtle and it\'s really about click-through rates.