It was long awaited and much discussed, but at 8:45 pm Denver time, the second coming--of rockers U2, that is--arrived in full force at Invesco Field, the home of the Denver Broncos, and on this Saturday night, the return of U2's outrageously successful 360 tour.
That this night was also supposed to cap the so-called End Of Days did not go unnoticed by lead singer Bono, who from the stage dedicated the band's "Until The End Of The World" to Harold Camping, the religious figure who rather conspicuously declared this date to be the official day of rapture--much to Camping's chagrin, one suspects, if you're still able to read this.
"To be taken up to the air sounds like fun to me, just as long as [U2 drummer] Larry Mullen is with me," declared Bono from the stage,"God is in the house." As were, it should be noted, over 70,000 paying fans.
The night's opener, which we're happy to present here, was an electrifying version of "Even Better Than The Real Thing." Check it out for yourself andRead More »from U2 Triumph At Denver’s Unofficial End-Of-The-World Gig