iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015

Oct
29
2015
London, GB / O2 Arena
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'People Have The Power'
Patti Smith in the house in London.

It's the track the band arrive on stage to every night and for the third show in London Patti Smith was in the house to take on the vocals.

Here's the NME report - which also quotes Noel Gallagher, reflecting on joining the band onstage on Monday for 'Still Haven't Found: "It was a dream come true..."

And this is Pitchfork.

Couldn't put it better than JoshTheTree it in our comments section, 'After the euphoria of Monday how could U2 top the last show? With New Year's Day, Gloria and Bad and bringing out Patti Smith. How cool was that?! Cool as f*ck. I was transported back to my youth with those songs. Many many thanks .... very happy. See yer tomorrow'

Did we mention Gloria, New Year's Day and Bad

If you were at the show, tell us what it was like and post your photos here.

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iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour 2015

COMMENTS

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pkbjerke
04 November, 2015
U2@O2
Thanks for 2 amazing shows in London - my 7 and 8 U2 show!
DSibes
04 November, 2015
Night of Our Lives
Travelled to Europe for our Honeymoon and got a VIP Travel Package for our last night. Got to The 02 and won the raffle for a backstage tour before the show! My wife couldn't stop crying tears of joy. Made the long trip from Seattle TOTALLY worth it and ended our Honeymoon in style. Thanks to the Band and the CREW that were so amazing and gracious to us on this amazing night!
isca75ad
03 November, 2015
Absolute unadulterated Joy!
This is the fifth time that I have seen U2, and boy was it my favourite. For over 20 years I have waited to hear two songs, and like buses they came together: Gloria & Zooropa. This will live with me forever!
jima
01 November, 2015
Innocense and Experience
Innocense and Experience fall from the sky in the form of a chapter from Alice in Wonderland and a Song of Degree on Thursday Night in London.... inspiring, emotional , challenging ,brilliant and exhortational -thankyou U2 - 'can't you see what the love has done and is doing to me ' Live in Love - 1 John 4
Shazwah
31 October, 2015
Even Better Than The Real Thing
My 3rd show and it just gets better and better. Thank you U2 for the Innocence and Experience - it feels like you have put my life back on track, 10 years in between shows was a long time to wait but that wait was so so worth it. See you for the last night in London
nickvicktash
31 October, 2015
My 7th and my bro's first!
In the Red zone, we won back stage passes while checking in (WOW!).... after meeting the guys who sort it out and standing on the same stage as THE best band in the world.... Simply Awesome!! My bro's now a fan!... superb gig, cheers boys!
alibono
30 October, 2015
She still has the power!!
How much Bono rejoiced when Patti walked onto the stage! Only a true fan can be so much delight in such a moment. What must it be for a feeling to be able to stand on a stage with a lifetime hero! Beautifully … powerful!!!!!
ains
30 October, 2015
U2 are the reason why the Opera is still
Captured this from the Red Zone …. explained to my accompanying wife that the tickets were bought “before” I got made redundant, so they could be thought of as a sunk cost … but not by me and I think this photo provides the evidence! I had real doubts 360 could be surpassed. So it was both pleasing and annoying not just to be wrong, but to be dramatically so! Songs of Innocence merged seamlessly with the Songs of Experience, we sang our way though the past and arrived at today. Our boys appeared besides, below and actually on the telly! Only R&H and Pop didn't air and it was difficult to be able feel their absence. A welcomed Bad, a beautifully juxtaposed Sunday & Wolves and some matured Achtung Babies completed a diverse and progressive set, an extended encore enhanced by Ms Patti Smith promoted the question, just what do we have in store for 2016. Thank you Mrs Ains for supporting me this year and thank U2 for the lack of even a hint of mediocrity one might expect nearly 30 years after I saw the JT tour, the future really does need a big kiss!
joshthetree
29 October, 2015
And the it got better still ...
After the euphoria of Monday how could U2 top the last show? With New Year's Day, Gloria and Bad and bringing out Patti Smith. How cool was that?! Cool as f*ck. I was transported back to my youth with those songs. Many many thanks .... very happy. See yer tomorrow
Nigel155
05 December, 2014
NWR
|Roundhay park, Leeds. Popmart tour, rained but didn't notice
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