06/20/1990 Richfield Coliseum - Richfield, Ohio, USA
Van Morrison's Gloria
comment: Bono and Adam onstage at David Bowie show.
01/15/1992 Waldorf - Astoria Hotel - New York, New York, USA
All Along The Watchtower
comment: At the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony, The Edge inducts The Yardbirds and then joins the all-star jam, performing with such notables as Neil Young, Keith Richards, and Jimmy Page.
02/13/1992 BBC Radio Session - London, England
setlist not available
comment: Mark Goodier Interview on BBC.
02/27/1992 Lakeland Arena - Lakeland, Florida, USA
setlist not available
comment: ZOO TV private soundcheck/dress rehearsal; One was filmed and broadcast on Top Of The Pops.
08/07/1992 Hershey Park Stadium - Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA
Sunday Bloody Sunday, New Year's Day, Pride (In The Name Of Love), Zoo Station, The Fly, Even Better Than The Real Thing, Mysterious Ways / Love To Love You Baby (snippet), One / Unchained Melody (snippet), Until The End Of The World, Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses, Van Diemen's Land, Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World / Love And Affection (snippet), Angel Of Harlem, Happy Birthday, When Love Comes To Town, All I Want Is You, Bullet The Blue Sky / The Battle Hymn Of The Republic (snippet), Running To Stand Still, Where The Streets Have No Name, Pride (In The Name Of Love),
encores: Desire, Ultra Violet (Light My Way) / My Way (snippet), With Or Without You, Love Is Blindness
comment: Dress rehearsal before the third leg of the Zoo TV - $15 admission, proceeds donated to 5 charities. Happy Birthday was sung for Edge, who turned 31 the next day. Sunday Bloody Sunday is performed for the first time since the end of the Joshua Tree Tour on 20 December 1987. New Year's Day is performed for the first time since the end of the Lovetown Tour on 10 January 1990. Acrobat was rehearsed in closed rehearsals in the days before this show, but it was never played at a public concert.
08/28/1992 'Rockline' Radio Show - New York, New York, USA
Can't Help Falling In Love
comment: Interview with Dave Herman
12/00/1992 RTE Studios - Dublin, Ireland
The Marguerita Suite
comment: Adam appears on the Late Late Show as part of a tribute episode to Sharon Shannon. He performs one of her songs with Liam O'Maonlai, Donal Lunny, Philip King, and Sharon herself. Adam played bass on the studio version of this song, released on Sharon Shannon's self-titled 1991 album. The exact day of the Late Late Show performance is unknown.
01/20/1993 MTV Rock and Roll Inaugural Ball - Washington, District of Columbia, USA
comment: Adam and Larry join Michael Stipe and Mike Mills of REM to perform under the name "Automatic Baby", derived from the titles of the recent U2 and REM albums. They perform One acoustically at an MTV concert for the inauguration of US President Bill Clinton.
01/31/1993 Thalia Theater - Hamburg, Germany
comment: On the second day of the Festival Against Racism, Bono and Edge perform One with a local drummer and Jo Shankar on violin. The previous day, Bono was invited to speak and gave a five minute speech.
02/06/1993 Point Depot - Dublin, Ireland
Moondance, Van Morrison's Gloria
comment: Bono appears at a Van Morrison concert.
02/11/1993 Olympia Theater - Dublin, Ireland
comment: Larry, Edge and Bono join a Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson concert. The next day Johnny Cash records his part of the "The Wanderer" which will be released on the next U2 album Zooropa.
02/24/1993 Shrine Auditorium - Los Angeles, California, USA
setlist not available
comment: U2 receive the "Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal" Grammy for Achtung Baby.
05/07/1993 Feyenoord Stadium - Rotterdam, Netherlands
Zoo Station, The Fly, Even Better Than The Real Thing, Mysterious Ways / Love To Love You Baby (snippet), One / Unchained Melody (snippet), New Year's Day, Van Diemen's Land, All I Want Is You (snippet) / Bullet The Blue Sky, Running To Stand Still, Where The Streets Have No Name, Pride (In The Name Of Love), Desire
comment: Dress rehearsal in front of a small group of fans before the 4th leg of the Zoo TV Tour.
09/03/1993 Universal Ampitheater - Los Angeles, California, USA
comment: Edge only - MTV Video Music Awards
10/01/1993 Clarence Hotel - Dublin, Ireland
The Boys Are Back In Town, Daydream Believer (Edge Karaoke)
comment: Gavin Friday's wedding reception at The Clarence Hotel, which is owned by U2. The party includes some karaoke, with Edge singing Daydream Believer, a sign of things to come on the Popmart Tour. All of U2 sing Thin Lizzy's The Boys Are Back In Town.
11/23/1993 JJJ FM Radio - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
comment: Interview with Bono
12/03/1993 BFM - Student Radio - Auckland, New Zealand
01/19/1994 Waldorf - Astoria Hotel - New York, New York, USA
comment: At the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony, Bono inducts Bob Marley and then performs with Rita and Ziggy Marley and Whoopi Goldberg.
03/01/1994 Radio City Music Hall - New York, New York, USA
setlist not available
comment: U2 receive the Grammy for "Best Alternative Album - Zooropa"
03/30/1995 The Pod - Dublin, Ireland
comment: Bono joins (The Artist Formerly Known As) Prince onstage.
09/12/1995 Parco Novi Sad - Modena, Italy
Miss Sarajevo, One / Dubravka (snippet),
encores: Nessun Dorma
comment: Bono and Edge appear at the annual Pavarotti And Friends concert in support of the War Child charity. They play the live debut of Miss Sarajevo, a song to be released on the Passengers' album Original Soundtracks 1 later that year, and are joined by fellow "Passengers" Brian Eno and Pavarotti. Eno and an orchestra of 100+ members accompany Bono and Edge for One. They then appear in the All-star Finale at the end of the show, Nessun Dorma.
12/14/1995 Sinatra's 80th Birthday - Dublin, Ireland
Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad
comment: Bono and Edge via satellite. This is the broadcast date; Sinatra's ceremony was recorded on 19 November 1995 and Bono and Edge's contribution was likely recorded a little bit earlier than that.
05/15/1996 Church of the Assumption - Dublin, Ireland
Tower Of Song
comment: Bono sings at the funeral of Irish rock journalist and friend Bill Graham.
11/10/1996 Benefit for Ken Saro-Wiwa - Dublin, Ireland
setlist not available
comment: Edge only
02/12/1997 Greenwich Village Kmart, Lingerie Department - New York, New York, USA
04/25/1997 Good Morning America, ABC-TV - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
setlist not available
comment: Edge presents the weather report.
06/07/1997 Tibet Freedom Festival - Randalls Island, New York, USA
Gone, Mysterious Ways, One, Until The End Of The World / Break On Through (snippet), Please, Hallelujah
comment: U2 appeared for this short set at the Tibetan Freedom Concert.
06/20/1997 Tosca's - San Francisco, California, USA
comment: In U2 By U2, Edge describes the band's drinking exploits with Oasis, who supported U2 at their two Oakland shows. Edge does not make it clear after which show the events occurred, but we believe them to be after the second show. The two bands went out drinking into the small hours of the morning (i.e. early on 20 July 1997). Noel Gallagher proclaimed his love for One just before it came on the radio, and he, his brother Liam, Bono, and Edge all got up and sang along. Bono then ended up singing operatic arias while standing on the bar - the specific arias are unknown.
09/04/1997 Radio City Music Hall - New York, New York, USA
comment: 1997 MTV Video Music Awards
11/06/1997 Sportpaleis Ahoy - Rotterdam, Netherlands
comment: 'MTV Europe Music Awards' - U2 won award for 'Best Live Act'
02/05/1998 Hyatt Hotel - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Mother Of God, Mothers Of The Disappeared
comment: After U2\'s first concert at River Plate Stadium, Bono returns to the band\'s hotel. There, he recites a W. B. Yeats poem and sings Mothers Of The Disappeared a capella in both English and Spanish for inclusion on the album Ni Un Paso Atras and the video 20 Años, 20 Poemas, 20 Artistas. He performs in front of a small audience including three of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo, of whom one is the organisation\'s president, Hebe de Bonafini. It is possible that this performance took place after midnight and was in fact on the 6th of February rather than the 5th.
03/15/1998 Unknown - Cape Town, South Africa
comment: Please note date is approximate - this performance took place sometime close to U2's concert in Cape Town on 16 March 1998. U2 met Archbishop Desmond Tutu on their first trip to South Africa, and he took the band into a room to meet an audience of 600 volunteers that worked with him. Tutu announced that U2 would perform for them - even though they had no instruments. Hence the band sung one song a cappella.
05/18/1998 Waterfront Hall - Belfast, Northern Ireland
Don't Let Me Down / Give Peace A Chance (snippet), One, Stand By Me
comment: 'Yes Campaign' Concert. Bono and Edge perform with Ash for Don't Let Me Down. Larry and Adam join on One and Stand By Me.
11/20/1998 Omagh Tribute - Dublin, Ireland
North And South Of The River, All I Want Is You
comment: Broadcast on Irish TV. Only live performance of North And South Of The River ever.
02/24/1999 Shrine Auditorium - Los Angeles, California, USA
Lean On Me
comment: At the Grammy Awards, Bono joins Kirk Franklin, Mary J. Blige, and Crystal Lewis to perform Franklin's Grammy-nominated Lean On Me. This marks the first time a member of U2 has performed at the Grammy's.
03/02/1999 House Of Blues, Mandalay Bay Hotel - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
comment: Bono makes a guest appearance at a Bob Dylan concert. During the performance, he improvises some new lyrics.
03/15/1999 Waldorf - Astoria Hotel - New York, New York, USA
People Get Ready
comment: Bono gives a speech inducting Bruce Springsteen into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, and at the end of the ceremony, he joins the all-star jam to cover Curtis Mayfield's People Get Ready.
04/06/1999 Hanover Quay Studio - Dublin, Ireland
Don't Take Your Guns To Town
comment: U2 perform for a made-for-TV Johnny Cash tribute concert. The concert itself took place in New York; U2's contribution is via video and was recorded at their Dublin studios.
04/22/1999 BBC Studios - London, England
The Ground Beneath Her Feet
comment: Bono and Edge appear on a BBC2 show about Salman Rushdie and perform an early acoustic version of The Ground Beneath Her Feet. Please note: the venue is unconfirmed - we have listed this show as BBC Studios for organisational purposes.
07/16/1999 Nice Jazz Festival - Nice, France
Van Morrison's Gloria
comment: Bono joins Van Morrison on stage for one song during Van's appearance at the Nice Jazz Festival.
09/07/1999 Copacabana - New York, New York, USA
New Day, New Day
comment: Bono joins Wyclef Jean to perform the live debut of New Day, the song they wrote for NetAid, at the filming for "Wyclef and Friends", a VH1 Storytellers episode. Wyclef Jean is unhappy with the first performance, so the song is performed a second time.
09/08/1999 Copacabana - New York, New York, USA
New Day, Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)
comment: Bono appears with Wyclef Jean and they play New Day at the Wyclef Jean Foundation's Caribbean Soiree benefit concert; both performers perform the song not on stage, but atop tables in the club. Afterwards, George Clinton and Joan Osborne joined the two to cover a song by Clinton's group Parliament.
10/09/1999 Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
New Day, One / All You Need Is Love (snippet), New Day
comment: Bono performs at the New York NetAid concert, one of three charity concerts (the other two in London and Geneva), which are broadcast worldwide and online. He first appeared with Wyclef Jean and an array of other performers, including Michael Stipe and Jewel, to open the concert with a performance of the song he wrote with Jean for the event, New Day. Immediately afterwards, Zucchero and the Julliard Orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones joined Bono for U2's One. Late in the concert, during Wyclef Jean's set, Bono again took the stage and they performed New Day a second time.
11/11/1999 HQ Club - Dublin, Ireland
Johnny B. Goode, TV Eye
comment: After the MTV Europe Music Awards at the Point Depot, where Bono received the Free Your Mind award for his Jubilee 2000 and NetAid work, Bono attended the afterparty and participated in an impromptu jam session. In one of the more unusual collaborations in U2 history, he performed two songs with Iggy Pop and Marilyn Manson.
12/31/1999 Lincoln Memorial - Washington, District of Columbia, USA
One / My Sweet Lord (snippet)
comment: Bono performs at "America's Millennium Gala" with Daniel Lanois and an orchestra.