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U2 Concert:
Jun 04, 2011 at Seattle , WA

Tour: U2 360 Tour 7th Leg (North America) 
Venue: Qwest Field 
Location: SeattleWA  United States 

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Attendance: 69,439  (Capacity: 69,439)

Opening Act(s):

Releases Represented:

  1. Achtung Baby had 4 songs
  2. No Line On The Horizon had 4 songs
  3. All That You Can't Leave Behind had 3 songs
  4. How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb had 2 songs
  5. The Joshua Tree had 2 songs
  6. Zooropa had 2 songs
  7. The Unforgettable Fire had 1 songs
  8. Boy had 1 songs
  9. October had 1 songs
  10. War had 1 songs
  11. Rattle And Hum had 1 songs
  12. Original Soundtracks 1 had 1 songs
  13. Non-Album Singles had 1 songs


A new video debuts before "Beautiful Day." It features astronaut Mark Kelly (Gabby Giffords' husband, while he was still on board the International Space Station) holding up a series of word parts that leads into the song, and then saying "tell my wife I love her … she knows" -- a line from "Space Oddity." Kelly then reappears again later in the song on the video screen, and recites the bridge lyrics ("See the world in green and blue," etc.)

Members of Pearl Jam, R.E.M and Heart are at the show. Also at the show is one of Aung San Suu Kyi's sons.

U2 - Seattle - Qwest Field - June 4, 2011 (6/4/11)

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We have 15 reviews and 17 photos from this show.

Fan Reviews Media Reviews
  1. Fan Review by Ryan Moothart
  2. Fan Review by manxman Camera
  3. Fan Review by Duncan
  4. Fan Review by george shanle
  5. Fan Review by Katie
  6. Fan Review by Jeff Humble
  7. Fan Review by tracy l
  8. Fan Review by nick
  9. Fan Review by Mike Bara Camera
  10. Fan Review by Kent Shortridge Camera
  11. Fan Review by Dave
  12. Fan Review by Hpop
  13. Fan Review by Jason Hanley Camera
  14. Fan Review by Mike Clark
  15. Fan Review by Jennifer Hawker Camera