The edge of U2 takes fall

The Edge takes a tumble off stage

U2 kicked off their Innocence + Experience world tour in Vancouver, Canada and he wasn’t without problems. The Edge fell off the stage during ‘I Still Haven’t Found What imageI’m Looking For’.

Bono and The Edge where on the catwalk perform the U2 classic. ‘Didn’t see the edge. I’m ok’, the guitarist posted on Instagram after the show.

The first show gave fans a preview of what to expect from the world tour. U2 generally play the same songs in the same order of ever show but considering this was show one, a setlist modifications may still happen until U2 settles on a flow for the show.

The first show delved heavy into the ‘free’ download album with six songs from ‘Songs of innocence’ featured as well as the 2014 single ‘Invisible’.
U2, Vancouver, Canada, May 14, 2015 SETLIST

The Miracle (of Joey Ramone) (from Songs of Innocence, 2014)
Out of Control (from Boy, 1980)
Vertigo (from How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, 2004)
I Will Follow (from Boy, 1980)
Iris (Hold Me Close) (from Songs of Innocence, 2014)
Cedarwood Raod (from Songs of Innocence, 2014)
Song For Someone (from Songs of Innocence, 2014)
Sunday Bloody Sunday (from War, 1983)
Raised By Wolves (from Songs of Innocence, 2014)
Until The End Of The World (from Achtung Baby, 1991)

Invisible (single, 2014)
Even Better Than The Real Thing (from Achtung Baby, 1991)
Mysterious Ways (from Achtung Baby, 1991)
Desire (from Rattle and Hum, 1988)
The Sweetest Thing (single, 1998)
Every Breaking Wave (from Songs of Innocence, 2014)
Bullet The Blue Sky (from The Joshua Tree, 1987)
Pride (In The Name Of Love) (from The Unforgettable Fire, 1984)
The Troubles (from Songs of Innocence, 2014)
With Or Without You (from The Joshua Tree, 1987)

City of Blinding Lights (from How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, 2004)
Beautiful Day (All That You Can’t Leave Behind, 2000)
Where The Streets Have No Name (from The Joshua Tree, 1987)
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For (from The Joshua Tree, 1987)

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