The band brought the classic album back to the heartlands
On night one of The Joshua Tree 30th anniversary tour, U2 brought out Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder for their Seattle stopover.
During the album-closing song Mothers of the Disappeared, Bono frontman called out, “Where is Eddie Vedder? Spirit of Seattle, spirit of Chicago, spirit of America. Where’s Eddie?” Out walked the Pearl Jam frontman to share a hug with Bono and take a verse for his own.
As well as that, tour openers Mumford & Sons reemerged for the song's Ohhh outro.
Holy shit Eddie Vedder showed up during the U2 show rn pic.twitter.com/FkuxbTo95X— Dusty Henry (@MrDustyHenry) May 15, 2017
Sunday Bloody Sunday
New Year’s Day
A Sort of Homecoming
Pride (In the Name of Love)
Where the Streets Have No Name
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
With or Without You
Bullet the Blue Sky
Running to Stand Still
Red Hill Mining Town
In God’s Country
Trip Through Your Wires
One Tree Hill
Mothers of the Disappeared (with Eddie Vedder and Mumford and Sons)
Ultraviolet (Light My Way)
Miss Sarajevo (Passengers cover)
The Little Things That Give You Away
I Will Follow
U2 play Croke Park in Dublin on July 22nd as part of The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Tour. Tickets for the concert are sold out.