U2 Pay Tribute To Michael Jackson On World Tour Opening Night

They play two of the singer's hits

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U2 paid tribute to the late Michael Jackson by performing parts of two of his hits during their world tour opening night in Barcelona on Tuesday (June 30).

U2 playing on a uniquely designed ‘space station’-styled stage in the centre of the Nou Camp Stadium (pictured above); covered bits of Jackson tracks “Man In The Mirror” and “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” after dedicating their own song “Angel of Harlem” to the superstar.

U2 will play the same venue tomorrow (July 2). Click here for the full list of U2’s European tour dates.

U2’s Nou Camp set list on June 30 was:

‘Breathe’
‘No Line On The Horizon’
‘Get On Your Boots’
‘Magnificent’
‘Beautiful Day’
‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’/’Movin’ On Up’
‘Angel Of Harlem’/’Man In The Mirror’/’Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough’
‘In A Little While’
‘Unknown Caller’
‘The Unforgettable Fire’
‘City Of Blinding Lights’
‘Vertigo’
‘I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight’
‘Sunday Bloody Sunday’
‘Pride (In The Name Of Love)’
‘MLK’
‘Walk On’/’You’ll Never Walk Alone’
‘Where The Streets Have No Name’
‘One’
‘Ultra Violet (Light My Way)’
‘With Or Without You’
‘Moment of Surrender’


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Pic credit: PA Photos

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