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Peter Dragicevich Nov 8
Replying to @PeterDragNZ
The song One was dedicated to the victims of the massacre, with their names projected on the screen.
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Simon Bridges Nov 8
Excited about tonight. I last saw U2 at Western Springs as a 12 year old, over 30 years ago, when my big brother Mark took me to the Rattle & Hum When Love Comes to Town tour. Awesome to do it again.
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Michael J. Gray Nov 8
Does anybody know what song was played before U2 took the stage in Auckland last night? It's been bugging me the entire drive back to Wellington. If you're going tonight can you please listen out for me? 🥺
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dani mattei Nov 9
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T C Nov 8
Replying to @radionzmusic
I’m embarrassed for you. If you’re gonna review a band’s show, it would obviously help to know anything about them. That’s Bono’s character MacPhisto that he’s been doing for ~decades~ Did an intern do this review? 😂 so far off base 😂😂😂
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Brian Dolan OBE, RMN, RGN Nov 8
Beautiful and deeply affecting tribute by to those lost in . Whole crowd sang One with ‘There’s no them, there’s only us’ especially resonant for those of us privileged to be involved in caring for those affected.
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Maya Nov 9
you can't explain this U2niverse, you just feel it, breathe it, live it 😍
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son of an immigrant PhD Nov 8
It must be so sad to be so bitter. 1. There was no shake down 2. The charity that you refer to has nothing to do with this 3. What have you done to remember the people that were killed in Christchurch?
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Luka Topic Nov 8
They came out and said it will be an epic night...and it was nothing less than truly epic!
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Amee Vanderpool Nov 9
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Content Catnip Nov 8
Trying to debate whether or not to go up to Auckland to see the legendary U2 perform the Joshua Tree album at the last minute tonight, last night's concert looked so good!
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Ali Nov 8
What an odd review. Bono is not infallible but was outstanding as a performer last night. Credit where credits due. REVIEW: Bono brings his big screen, even bigger ego to Auckland
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Sarah Burroughs Nov 8
performed an incredible show tonight. For once in my life I’m speechless.
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Cathal Nov 9
Kids : Bono at breakfast AGAIN!!! Me : Get used to it kids. It’s Going to be a long 6 weeks. 😜
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Paul Alley Nov 8
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Darren Nov 9
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AB Nov 10
Some of my pics from 's first Auckland show , with a few from night 2 on the way. Awesome shows for the Kiwis and 1 or 2 other interlopers.
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Wendy Gulock Nov 8
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Nixx Rhodes Nov 9
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Sam Nov 10
Wicked night last night
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