The band are in Brussels, the production is built and rehearsals are underway.

The weather is sensational in Brussels as crew and band put the new production through its paces ahead of the first open air show tomorrow night. And it looks like the set list is going to show some changes from the first leg in North America.

Fans who have been earwigging at the gates of the King Baudouin Stadium have already clocked live run throughs of 'Until The End of the World' and 'I Will Follow'.

Contrary to reports 'Electrical Storm' was not rehearsed yesterday. It was aired - but only through the PA system!

As for the production, here's what Willie Williams our on-the-road diarist is saying in his latest missive.

'I spent much of the day on video content. The screen was due to be finished tonight, so we can at last look through everything we have and start to place and programme it all. Lighting charges ahead too, though I did notice that we have moved a large rack of lighting instruments to a new location which completely blocks the place where our fourth camera was due to be positioned. Back to the drawing board there, I guess...'(Subscribers log in for the complete low-down backstage from Willie.)

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