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Various Dates
2010 - Present

01/22/2010 Hope For Haiti - London, England
Stranded (Haiti Mon Amour)
comment: Bono and Edge perform with Jay-Z and Rihanna at the London leg of Hope For Haiti Now, a concert-cum-telethon held to raise money in the wake of a devastating earthquake in Haiti. The song Stranded was a new song written by Bono and Jay-Z after the disaster.

03/15/2010 Mafalala Libre - Maputo, Mozambique
With or Without You
comment: During a One Campaign trip through a number of African countries, Bono had dinner and drinks at a pub in Maputo. A number of musicians were in attendance and they performed on stage. One of them, Xavier Machiana, began playing With Or Without You and was joined by Bono.

05/06/2010 Unknown - New York, New York, USA
With or Without You / Shine Like Stars (snippet)
comment: U2 perform via satellite at the funeral of Irish radio and television personality Gerry Ryan. The funeral was in Dublin; the specific venue at which U2 performed in New York is unknown.

06/25/2010 Glastonbury Festival - Glastonbury, England
setlist not available
comment: Concert cancelled on 25 May 2010 due to Bono back surgery and rehabilitation period.

U2 were going to headline the Friday night of 2010's Glastonbury Festival. It would have been the first time U2 made an appearance at a non-charity festival since 1985.

06/26/2010 Glastonbury Festival - Glastonbury, England
Where the Streets Have No Name
comment: In lieu of U2 actually performing at Glastonbury (their headlining appearance the night before was cancelled due to Bono having back surgery), The Edge makes a guest appearance with Saturday night's headliners Muse. They cover U2's live classic Streets to open the encore. Edge plays true to his usual style; the members of Muse adeptly take on the other roles and produce a faithful cover. This is the second time a member of U2 has performed on stage at Glastonbury; Adam was first, appearing with the Hothouse Flowers in 1989.

08/14/2010 O'Donoghue's - Dublin, Ireland
Drinkin' In The Day
comment: Bono performs with Simon Carmody at Sean Penn’s 50th birthday.

09/04/2010 Atatürk International Airport - Istanbul, Turkey
Desire
comment: U2 are greeted by a large group of fans when they land in Turkey ahead of their first ever concert in the country. They mingle with the fans and Bono and Edge give a brief impromptu performance.

10/05/2010 Louis Vuitton headquarters - Paris, France
Move On Up
comment: Bono performs with Angélique Kidjo at the Africa Rising art exhibition.

12/03/2010 Sidney Myer Music Bowl - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Vertigo, Desire
comment: U2 make a surprise appearance at the farewell show by Australian radio hosts Hamish & Andy and perform two acoustic songs. They walk on stage while Hamish & Andy are playing a humorous song boasting that they are better than U2.

12/24/2010 Grafton Street - Dublin, Ireland
White Christmas, Happy Xmas (War Is Over), One
comment: Like in 2009, Bono busks on Grafton Street on Christmas Eve in aid of the Peter McVerry Trust. He performs with other artists including Damien Dempsey, Damien Rice, Glen Hansard, and The Coronas.

01/22/2011 Our Lady Of Mercy Parish Church - Potomac, Maryland, USA
Make Me a Channel of Your Peace
comment: Bono performs with Glen Hansard of The Swell Season at the funeral for R. Sargent Shriver.

04/14/2011 Bar Secreto - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Let's Dance, Miss You, Wild Rover, Psycho Killer
comment: In the early hours of 14 April, U2 celebrate the end of their South American tour at a local club singing karaoke and performing live with local musicians. The setlist's order is unknown, and it is possibly incomplete. Edge performs Miss You with local musicians and Let's Dance with Dom Howard (of Muse) and Larry drumming together; Larry sings Wild Rover a capella; Bono sings Psycho Killer with local musicians and Dom and Larry on drums.

05/20/2011 Invesco Field - Denver, Colorado, USA
Even Better Than The Real Thing, I Will Follow, Get on Your Boots, Magnificent, Mysterious Ways, Elevation, Until the End of the World, All I Want Is You / Worried Blues (snippet), Stay (Faraway, So Close!), Beautiful Day / Blackbird (snippet), Pride (In the Name of Love), Miss Sarajevo, Zooropa, City of Blinding Lights, Vertigo, I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight / Discothèque (snippet) / Please (snippet), Sunday Bloody Sunday, Scarlet, Walk On / You'll Never Walk Alone (snippet)
encores: One, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (snippet) / Where the Streets Have No Name, Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me, With or Without You
comment: U2 warm up before their US/Canada dates by performing a private show with the full 360° Tour stage. They play to an audience of about 300 invited guests and participants in the Special Olympics, not to mention fans queuing outside for the Denver 360° gig the next day. Moment Of Surrender is omitted, but otherwise the setlist is a full 360° Tour set, featuring rare appearances by All I Want Is You and Stay.

05/25/2011 Nokia Theatre - Los Angeles, California, USA
Rise Above
comment: Bono and Edge appear with Reeve Carney at the finale of American Idol's tenth season to perform Rise Above, a song from the musical Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark. This is the first time any members of U2 have been involved in a public performance of this song.

06/24/2011 Glastonbury Festival - Glastonbury, England
Even Better Than The Real Thing, The Fly, Mysterious Ways / Independent Women (snippet), Until the End of the World, One, Jerusalem (snippet) / Where the Streets Have No Name / Can't Take My Eyes Off You (snippet) / All You Need Is Love (snippet), I Will Follow, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Movin' On Up (snippet), Stay (Faraway, So Close!), Beautiful Day / Rain (snippet), Elevation, Get on Your Boots / She Loves You (snippet), Vertigo / Garageland (snippet), Sunday Bloody Sunday, Bad / Jerusalem (snippet), Pride (In the Name of Love)
encores: With or Without You / Love Will Tear Us Apart (snippet), Yellow (snippet) / Moment Of Surrender, Out of Control
comment: U2 make their first ever appearance at the Glastonbury Festival, headlining Friday night 2011. They were originally one of 2010's headliners but had to pull out in May 2010 due to Bono's back surgery. Bad is played for just the second time in 2011; Out Of Control for just the third time in 2011. When performed, Moment Of Surrender is normally last in the set - this is just the second time it appears in a spot other than the closer, following U2's appearance on Saturday Night Live on 2009-09-26. The only three songs in the set which are not singles are Until The End Of The World, Bad, and Moment Of Surrender. An archive of tweets for this show can be found here.

07/18/2011 Ed Sullivan Theater - New York, New York, USA
Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of
comment: Bono & Edge appear on the David Letterman show and perform an acoustic version.

09/11/2011 Lenox Lounge - New York, New York, USA
Night And Day
comment: After an Edun fashion party, Bono, his wife, and a number of the party’s guests proceed to the Lenox Lounge for drinks. At one point, Bono joined pianist Lafayette Harris and his jazz trio to sing Night And Day. He improvised the final verse to include references to Lenox Avenue.

10/01/2011 Davington Priory - Faversham, England
Summertime, Route 66
comment: Bob Geldof’s 60th birthday. Bono joined other guests, including Queen drummer Roger Taylor and former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, to sing a number of songs. The setlist above is incomplete.

10/06/2011 St. George's Cathedral - Cape Town, South Africa
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
comment: Bono serenades South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu at the festivities to his 80th birthday.

10/15/2011 Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, California, USA
Bulletproof Pride
comment: Bono makes a guest appearance during K'Naan's set at the A Decade Of Difference concert. Later, he performs a seven-song set with Edge, details for which can be found in a separate listing on this site.

10/15/2011 Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, California, USA
Desire, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, A Man And A Woman, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Staring at the Sun, One / Happy Birthday (snippet)
encores: Miss Sarajevo
comment: Bono and Edge and other stars gather to honour former US President Bill Clinton’s charitable work and 65th birthday at the A Decade Of Difference concert. The set by Bono and Edge is the last of the evening and their performance features the live debut (and, to date, only performance) of A Man And A Woman, almost seven years after its release. It was dedicated to Chelsea Clinton and her husband Mark. Staring At The Sun is performed for the first time since 24 October 2001. Last performance of Miss Sarajevo until 12 May 2017. Earlier in the evening, Bono appeared with K'Naan for a song; this appearance has a separate listing.

10/16/2011 Memorial Church at Stanford University - Palo Alto, California, USA
Every Grain Of Sand
comment: Bono covers a Bob Dylan song at a private memorial service for Steve Jobs. Bob Dylan was one of Jobs's favourite musicians and U2 have had a lengthy association with Apple, including the release of "The Complete U2" on iTunes in 2004.

11/28/2011 Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ - Amsterdam, Netherlands
One / Anthem (snippet), Get Lost
comment: Bono appears with the Metropole Orchestra to perform One in honour of Dutch photographer Anton Corbijn, who has worked with U2 many times over the years. Corbijn had been awarded the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prijs 2011. Bono also recited Get Lost by Dutch artist Herman Brood, who passed away in 2001.

12/16/2011 The O2 - Dublin, Ireland
Desire / Not Fade Away (snippet), Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)
comment: Bono makes a guest appearance at Imelda May's concert.

12/24/2011 Grafton Street - Dublin, Ireland
Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home), Silent Night, Heyday
comment: Bono busks with Glen Hansard, Damien Rice, Mundy, Declan O'Rourke and others to raise money for the homeless at Christmas.

01/13/2012 Festival In The Desert - Timbuktu, Mali
Improvisation With Tinariwen
comment: During a trip to multiple African countries, Bono attends Mali's famous Festival In The Desert, where he joins renowned Tuareg band Tinariwen on stage. They perform a lengthy jam that we believe was improvised. If you can confirm a title or provide any other details on the song's origins, we welcome your input - please use the form below entitled "send any additional setlist or soundcheck information".

05/08/2012 The Living Room - New York, New York, USA
The Auld Triangle
comment: Bono appears for the last song of a Glen Hansard acoustic set.

05/17/2012 Lenox Lounge - New York, New York, USA
Night And Day
comment: Bono visits the Lenox Lounge before performing at the Jazz Foundation of America’s concert. Like his previous visit in 2011, he did an impromptu performance of Night And Day. He suggested he might return to the club later in the evening, but ultimately had an early night as he had a meeting with US President Barack Obama the next day in Washington DC.

05/17/2012 Apollo Theater - New York, New York, USA
Angel of Harlem / Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough (snippet)
comment: Bono makes a guest appearance in Harlem at the Jazz Foundation of America's benefit concert. The event raises money for musicians suffering financial hardship.

06/18/2012 Bord Gáis Energy Theatre - Dublin, Ireland
Walk On, One / Hear Us Coming (snippet), I Shall Be Released, Get Up Stand Up
comment: Bono performs Walk On and One with Damien Rice on guitar for Aung San Suu Kyi at the Electric Burma concert. The last two songs were an all star finale.

08/19/2012 Club 55 - St Tropez, France
Help
comment: Bono and Edge participate in an impromptu Beatles cover with the band Phly Boyz. U2 regularly covered "Help" in the late eighties and it has been snippeted occasionally since, but this is the first full performance in which any members have the band have been involved since 18 December 1989.

08/21/2012 Metropolis Halle - Potsdam, Germany
Mensch, Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of
comment: Bono makes a guest appearance at a Herbert Grönemeyer song to perform two songs with him.

09/27/2012 Grosvenor Hotel - London, England
Carrickfergus
comment: The Edge makes a guest appearance with Bryan Ferry at the Friendship Ball, a fundraising event for London's Great Ormond Children's Hospitel and Dublin's Crumlin Hospital.

11/04/2012 Bemelman's Bar at the Carlyle Hotel - New York, New York, USA
Where Or When, I've Got You Under My Skin
comment: Bono made an imprompu appearance with singer Jim Caruso and pianist Billy Stritch. He sang at least two songs with them, and possibly more.

12/15/2012 Unknown - Dublin, Ireland
I've Got You Under My Skin
comment: Bono makes a guest appearance with jazz band Jaime Nanci And The Blue Boys at a private function to perform one song. The specific venue is presently unknown.

12/24/2012 Grafton Street - Dublin, Ireland
Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home) / I Believe In Father Christmas (snippet), Silent Night, Desire / Not Fade Away (snippet)

04/12/2013 Tally Horse Ranch - La Quinta, California, USA
Congo Eza Ya Biso (Le Secours Populaire)
comment: Bono made a surprise appearance just outside Coachella, joining Belgian-Congolese artist Baloji for an impromptu performance at a ranch in La Quinta, California near Indio. They improvised lyrics together during one of Baloji's songs. The collaboration took place at the Rolling Stone Rock Room launch party for Diesel+Edun's Studio Africa, a series of events bringing African and Western musicians together.

04/13/2013 MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
I've Got You Under My Skin, Fly Me To The Moon
comment: Bono sang at the Power Of Love Gala in Las Vegas for Quincy Jones and Michael Caine.

05/13/2013 Jacob K. Javits Convention Center - New York, New York, USA
Moment Of Surrender, One
comment: Bono performs two U2 songs with Mary J. Blige at a Robin Hood Foundation fundraiser. Other performers include Elton John, Paul Simon, Sting, Jerry Seinfeld, and Louis C.K.

05/31/2013 Electric Lady Studios - New York, New York, USA
Sunday Bloody Sunday
comment: U2 perform on the roof of Electric Lady Studios. The band are reputedly there recording new material, but the rooftop performance - which is heard by fans on the street and filmed - simply features multiple acoustic performances of Sunday Bloody Sunday. The filming is for agit8, run by the One Campaign ahead of the G8 summit in Northern Ireland.

05/31/2013 Inside Out Studio - New York, New York, USA
Sunday Bloody Sunday
comment: After recording at the Electric Lady Studios, Bono, The Edge, and Adam Clayton (and Chris Martin of Coldplay) go to a party at the Inside Out studios - the people from Inside Out were involved in decorating the rooftop of Electric Lady Studios for U2's agit8 project filming that day. A tradition at Inside Out parties is for guests to bring a book or drawing, but as U2 did not have time to prepare one, Bono and Edge instead performed a song as their gift.

06/05/2013 United Nations Headquarters - New York, New York, USA
Home On The Range
comment: During a presentation at the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy, Bono serenades Warren Buffett with a modified version of the Kansas state anthem, humorously referencing Buffett's life, business interests, and philanthropy.

06/21/2013 Electric Lady Studios - New York, New York, USA
This Is
comment: U2 perform via video for "A Night for Christy", held at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin. The concert is held to honour Christy dignam, Aslan frontman, who is recovering from cancer. U2's performance of Aslan's song This Is was pre-recorded on an unknown recent date at Electric Lady Studios in New York; the date listed is the date of "A Night for Christy".

08/28/2013 +233 Jazz Bar and Grill - Accra, Ghana
Stand By Me
comment: Bono gave an impromptu performance while visiting Ghana as part of his political and charity work. At the +233 Jazz Bar, he got on stage to join Paulina Oduro and the Sparkles Band.

09/06/2013 Lauritzen Gardens - Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Stand By Me
comment: Bono sang at the wedding reception for Emily Greenberg and her husband. Greenberg is the granddaughter of Bono's friend and billionaire investor Warren Buffett.

09/26/2013 Ed Sullivan Theater - New York, New York, USA
Interview
comment: Bono appears on the Late Show with David Letterman.

10/22/2013 Bray Beach - Bray, Ireland
Desire
comment: While doing a photo and video shoot on the beach in Bray, U2 perform Desire in the rain while amused passersby watch. Other material was possibly played as well.

10/24/2013 Revere Hotel - Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Happy Birthday
comment: Bono and Edge appear via video to sing Happy Birthday at the 100th anniversary celebrations of the Harvard School of Public Health. A report by the HSPH says that they "sang a happy birthday song specially written for HSPH". However, as we have no more details about the song, we have listed this performance under Happy Birthday. We do not whether Bono and Edge appeared live via satellite or if it was pre-recorded, nor do we know where it was filmed - it was likely Dublin, but we have given the venue as the location where the video was broadcast as part of the HSPH's celebrations.

11/08/2013 Addis Ababa Stadium - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
setlist not available
comment: Bono performed with Youssou N'Dour at the Mo Ibrahim Foundation concert.

11/23/2013 Sotheby's Auction House - New York, New York, USA
Beautiful Day, Perfect Day, Get Lucky, Good Times, Let's Dance
comment: Bono and The Edge performed at a Red charity auction. Get Lucky was performed - possibly as a soundcheck in front of a live audience - with Angelique Kidjo, Nile Rodgers, and Chic. Beautiful Day and Perfect Day were performed as a duet between Bono and Chris Martin (no participation from The Edge for those two songs). Good Times and Let's Dance were performed as part of afterparty festivities with Kidjo, Rodgers, and Chic.

12/02/2013 Palazzo Chupi (Julian Schnabel's apartment) - New York, New York, USA
Satellite Of Love
comment: Bono and The Edge performed at a private memorial for Lou Reed in Julian Schnabel's apartment. Other artists also performed: Glenn Mercer did I Can't Stand It Anymore, Dean Wareham and Britta Philips did Ride Into The Sun; Antony Hegarty did Caroline Says.

12/24/2013 Grafton Street - Dublin, Ireland
Merry Xmas Everybody, O Come, All Ye Faithful
comment: Bono busking again with Glen Hansard at Grafton Street.

01/11/2014 Montage Beverly Hills Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, USA
Hallelujah, I Will Follow, Desire, Vertigo
comment: U2 performed a surprise gig at the 3rd Annual Sean Penn & Friends Help Haiti Home Gala.

02/16/2014 Top of the Rock - New York, New York, USA
Invisible, Invisible
comment: Live debut of Invisible, which was played twice. U2 performed on the observation deck at the top of the building home to NBC's headquarters. They were filmed for the premiere of the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and played for a small audience including fanclub members. The band played again the next day to minimise the risk of poor weather interfering with their performance.

02/17/2014 Top of the Rock - New York, New York, USA
Invisible, Invisible
comment: U2 again perform on the observation deck at the top of the building home to NBC's headquarters. They are filmed for the premiere of the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and play for a small audience including fanclub members. Like the previous day's set, U2 perform Invisible twice. The band played on two separate days to minimise the risk of poor weather interfering with their performance.

02/17/2014 NBC Studios - New York, New York, USA
Stairway To Heaven (snippet) / Ordinary Love
comment: After recording four takes of Invisible at the Top of the Rock over the previous two days for the Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, U2 perform an acoustic version of Ordinary Love in the NBC studios. This is the live debut of Ordinary Love. Edge jokingly played a few notes of Stairway to Heaven at the start, and The Roots joined U2 at the end.

03/02/2014 Kodak Theatre - Los Angeles, California, USA
Ordinary Love
comment: U2 perform an acoustic version of Ordinary Love at the 86th Academy Awards.

05/11/2014 Cafe Habana - Malibu, California, USA
Wonderwall, Somethin' Stupid
comment: Bono and Edge sang during a karaoke session at a party celebrating a number of birthdays (including those of Bono and his daughter Jordan) and George Clooney's recent engagement to Amal Alamuddin. Edge sang Wonderwall, while Bono joined Jordan for a duet on Something Stupid.

05/23/2014 La Osteria - San José del Cabo, Mexico
Desire
comment: Bono, Edge, and Larry give a spontaneous performance at a small restaurant. When they entered late in the evening, Larry spied the drumkit, sat down, and began playing. Edge and then Bono soon joined him and they performed one song. Read an interview with the restaurant owner here.

07/23/2014 Domaine Bertaud Belieu - St Tropez, France
Stand By Me
comment: Bono sang and played guitar for one song with Julian Lennon at the inaugural St Tropez Gala, held to benefit the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation and raise money for its environmental activities.

07/24/2014 Club 55 - St Tropez, France
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For / Stand By Me (snippet)
comment: Bono sang one song at a private gathering.

03/16/2015 Church of the Sacred Heart - Donnybrook, Ireland
Ordinary Love
comment: U2 perform one song acoustically at the funeral of Irish DJ Tony Fenton.

05/05/2015 Memorial Auditorium - Stanford, California, USA
One
comment: Bono sang at the funeral of Dave Goldberg, chief executive of SurveyMonkey who died the previous week in a freak accident.

05/08/2015 Pacific Coliseum - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The Miracle (of Joey Ramone), Vertigo, I Will Follow, Iris (Hold Me Close), Cedarwood Road, Song For Someone, Sunday Bloody Sunday, Raised By Wolves, Until the End of the World, (Intermission), Invisible, Even Better Than The Real Thing, Mysterious Ways, Sweetest Thing, Every Breaking Wave, Bullet the Blue Sky, The Hands That Built America (snippet) / The Troubles, With or Without You
encores: Beautiful Day, Where the Streets Have No Name, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
comment: Dress rehearsal show for an audience of 750 people on a guest list, including friends and family of the band and Special Olympians. Live debuts of Iris, Raised By Wolves, and The Troubles. Cedarwood Road is performed in full electric form for the first time; Every Breaking Wave is still acoustic. Sweetest Thing is performed for the first time since 22 August 2001; Bullet The Blue Sky for the first time since 9 December 2006. Until The End Of The World is followed by a video.

07/29/2015 The Cutting Room - New York, New York, USA
Where the Streets Have No Name, Out of Control
comment: Edge and Adam appear as surprise guests at atu2.com's 20th birthday celebrations and perform two songs with U2 tribute band Unforgettable Fire.

10/16/2015 TFI Studio - London, England
Raised By Wolves, Interview, Vertigo / God Save The Queen (Sex Pistols) (snippet), Song For Someone, Out of Control
comment: U2 are the musical guests for the first episode of the newly-revived TFI Friday with Chris Evans.

11/02/2015 The O2 - London, England
Two Shots of Happy, One Shot of Sad
comment: Bono and Edge perform with an eight-piece string section for a CBS television special, Sinatra 100, broadcast on 6 December 2015 in honour of what would have been Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday. This is the first performance of Two Shots of Happy since 15 September 2009 and only its third performance ever.

12/01/2015 Carnegie Hall - New York, New York, USA
When Love Comes To Town (with Hozier), Every Breaking Wave, Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of, Angel of Harlem, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, One / Invisible (snippet) (with Jessie J, Miley Cyrus)
comment: Bono and Edge perform at a private event at Carnegie Hall in New York tonight: "A Night of Music: Celebrating 10 Years of ONE and (RED)". Tickets were not available to the general public. Last five songs were accompanied by an orchestra.

12/24/2015 Grafton Street - Dublin, Ireland
When Love Comes To Town, Every Breaking Wave, Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
comment: After missing the previous year as a result of his serious bicycle accident, Bono returns to his annual Christmas Eve busking in Dublin. This year the group of musicians included Glen Hansard, Hozier, Danny O'Reilly, and members of The Script, among others. Bono performed on the three songs listed above; some of the other buskers performed additional songs.

01/22/2016 World Economic Forum - Davos-Klosters, Switzerland
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
comment: Bono sings with Hawaiian LT Smooth on guitar to open the Salesforce lunch at the World Economic Forum 2016.

04/01/2016 Refugee Camp - Gaziantep, Turkey
The People In Your Neighborhood
comment: Bono accompanied a delegation of U.S. senators and congressmen in a visit to a Syrian refugee camp. Bono sang songs with children attending a school at the camp.

04/29/2016 Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, New York, USA
Pride (In the Name of Love), I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Beautiful Day, Mysterious Ways
comment: Bono performs with Nile Rogers after receiving the We Are Family Foundations Humanitarian Award.

04/30/2016 Sistine Chapel - Vatican City, Italy
If It Be Your Will, Yahweh, Ordinary Love, Walk On
comment: The Edge performs with a young Irish choir.

05/29/2016 Croke Park - Dublin, Ireland
Because The Night
comment: Bono joins Bruce Springsteen on stage during his The River Tour 2016 concert.

09/23/2016 T-Mobile Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Desire, Vertigo / She Loves You (snippet), Elevation, Beautiful Day / Yellow (snippet), Pride (In the Name of Love), One / Hear Us Coming (snippet), Every Breaking Wave, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
comment: U2 headline the iHeartRadio Music Festival. With the exclusion of some small acoustic gigs and impromptu performances, this is the first time Desire has opened a show. It was performed in a style reminiscent of the Hollywood Mix. Bono repeatedly made negative references to US presidential candidate Donald Trump; fake dollar bills were launched into the crowd with slogans on them such as "Dis-United States of America" and "make America hate again". With Or Without You was on the printed set as the final song after I Still Haven't Found but it was not performed. The outro music was Patti Smith's People Have the Power, which in 2015 was the usual opening music at Innocence + Experience Tour concerts.

10/05/2016 Cow Palace - Daly City, California, USA
Vertigo, Elevation, I Will Follow, Beautiful Day / Zooropa (snippet) / Blackbird (snippet), California Dreamin' (snippet) / California (There Is No End To Love), Angel of Harlem, Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of, Every Breaking Wave, Bullet the Blue Sky / The Star-Spangled Banner (snippet) / The New Colossus (snippet), The Hands That Built America (snippet) / Pride (In the Name of Love), One / My Sweet Lord (snippet), Mother And Child Reunion (snippet) / Where the Streets Have No Name, With or Without You, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, 40

11/15/2016 El Capitan Theatre - Hollywood, California, USA
What A Year This Has Been (with Halsey, Herbie Hancock), If We Don't Help People With AIDS, We're Going To Hell (with The (RED) Pack)
comment: Bono appears on the Jimmy Kimmel show. What a Year This Has Been is a cover of Cole Porter's Well, Did You Evah! but with new lyrics about events in 2016; Bono performs it as a duet with Halsey, backed by Herbie Hancock on piano. Bono resurrects his Macphisto character for If We Don't Help People With AIDS, We're Going To Hell, performed as The (RED) Pack with Kimmel, The Killers, DJ Khaled, Neil Patrick Harris, Channing Tatum, and others. The show was taped on 15 November 2016 and broadcast on 22 November.

01/20/2017 Anaheim Convention Center - Anaheim, California, USA
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Angel of Harlem, Pride (In the Name of Love), Desire
comment: Larry Mullen receives a lifetime achievement award from Yamaha, the makers of his drumkits, at a gala event held by the National Association of Music Merchants. He is joined by an all-star band that includes Randy Brecker, Nathan East, and Butch Walker. The setlist above may not be complete, and the order is unknown.

01/21/2017 Intersection of 6th Street and Broadway - Los Angeles, California, USA
Pride (In the Name of Love)
comment: The Edge performs on a temporary stage at the Los Angeles Women's March, one of a series of global protests against US President Donald Trump. He plays guitar and sings, accompanied by Juliette Lewis (vocals), Abby Travers (bass, of Sumo Princess), and Brad Wilk (drums, of Prophets of Rage).

04/01/2017 Burford Priory - Oxfordshire, England
I Will Follow, Angel of Harlem, Desire, One
comment: U2 (or parts of) perform at a private party at Elisabeth Murdoch's residence.

04/05/2017 New Theatre - Oxford, England
My Lord, Imagine
comment: After Bono received the Skoll Global Treasure Award he performed with Michael Franti and Don Henley.

05/23/2017 El Capitan Theatre - Hollywood, California, USA
Interview / Lucille (snippet), I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, The Little Things That Give You Away
comment: U2 appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Bono and Edge sing the first verse of Lucille during the Interview segment. It is the first performance of the song since 16 September 1989 and the first public performance since 12 December 1987. I Still Haven't Found is performed with the Selah Gospel Choir of Pasadena.

06/21/2017 Capital Hill - Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Happy Birthday
comment: Bono sings Happy Birthday to the wife of Congressman Hal Rogers, Cynthia, while visiting Capital Hill as part of the ONE campaign.

06/26/2017 Playstation Theater - New York, New York, USA
Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of, Vertigo, I Will Follow / Happy Birthday (snippet) / Three Little Birds (snippet)
comment: Adam Clayton receives the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award for his work on addiction at the MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert. U2 perform three songs for the occasion.

07/01/2017 Parliament Hill - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
One / Rain (snippet)
comment: Bono and Edge perform on Canada Day to celebrate the 150th anniversary since Confederation.

07/07/2017 Twickenham Stadium - London, England
The Little Things That Give You Away, Where the Streets Have No Name / California (There Is No End To Love) (snippet), I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, Red Hill Mining Town, Miss Sarajevo, Beautiful Day / Starman (snippet), Mysterious Ways, Vertigo
comment: U2 perform a rehearsal for 48 guests, including members of London's Metropolitan Fire Brigade.

07/28/2017 Westerunie - Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Blackout, The Blackout, The Blackout, The Blackout, The Blackout
comment: U2 film a video for their next single in front of a small group of fans. They play the song live five times. We believe the title is The Blackout. After the live performance, a second new song was played over the PA, entitled The Lights of (or to) Home.

09/07/2017 NBC Studios - New York, New York, USA
Bullet the Blue Sky / The Star-Spangled Banner (snippet) / War (snippet) / America (West Side Story) (snippet), You're the Best Thing About Me, Bullet the Blue Sky
comment: U2 appear on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. You're the Best Thing About Me debuts live; Bullet is performed on TV for the first time. The second performance is restarted after about 30 seconds due to a missed cue. Bono and Edge have a chat with Fallon.

10/17/2017 Globo Studios - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Ordinary Love, Vertigo
comment: U2 perform two songs acoustically for the Brazilian TV show Fantástico. Bono and Adam also do an interview. The performance was recorded on 17 October and broadcast five days later.

11/12/2017 SSE Arena - London, England
Blinded by Your Grace, Pt. 2 partial lyrics
comment: During the acceptance speech for the Global Icon award at the MTV EMAs, Bono sings a few lines of Stormzy's Blessed by Your Grace, Pt. 2.

11/28/2017 El Capitan Theatre - Hollywood, California, USA
Interview, One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) (with Chris Martin), One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) (with Chris Martin), If We Don't Help People With AIDS, We're Going To Hell (with The (RED) Pack), If We Don't Help People With AIDS, We're Going To Hell (with The (RED) Pack)
comment: Bono appears for the third time on Jimmy Kimmel's live (RED) show for World AIDS Day, on 1 December. Barack Obama appears by video during the interview segment. Chris Martin plays piano during One for My Baby while actor Sean Penn portrays a bartender who Bono is singing to, and they are accompanied by a small string section. If We Don't Help People With AIDS, We're Going To Hell is sung as a group with every guest of the show involved. Both songs are performed twice but only one take of each is aired.

11/30/2017 American Museum of Natural History - New York, New York, USA
Sunday Bloody Sunday acoustic, Get Out Of Your Own Way acoustic, Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of acoustic
comment: Bono and Edge play three songs for the 2017 American Museum of Natural History Gala in the Milstein Family Hall of Ocean Life, with the model of a blue whale serving as their backdrop.

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