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by Tal

Well, I was standing right beside Chad from SLC at the concert and my experience was virtually identical to his. The only difference is that I showed up at about 9:00 p.m. to get a number and I was number 43. Everything else was the same, except that, being female, Gwen did not do much for me, although it was hilarious watching he and his friend react to her with "ooh" every 5 seconds.

I agree with everything people posted here. A very tight set. Great to here Wild Honey for the first time and Can't Help Falling in Love (which I predicted!)

I would have loved for them to do something different like Slow Dancing (like the did the night before) or bringing back Mysterious Ways (like they did the night after), but you can't have it all, can you?

I have to say that the GA line was one of the best organized machines I've ever seen. The T&M staff were great. The people in line were the greatest collection of fans from all over the world...very impressive. I don't think anyone met one person who was actually from Vegas. I actually travelled all the way from NYC, along with a bunch of others who ran the GA line. It is a thankless job and my appreciation and regards go out once again to Dan, Matt and Alice.

One last note on the heart. Although I maintained my spot second row in front of Bono, there was way too much pushing going on and my poor friend got shoved so much he ended up 5 rows behind me by the end of the concert. Weirdo Mini Bono and his friend was mostly to blame...

Anyway, I have been elevated my last time out of 7 (except fo the DVD of course).

Thank you to U2 and to all the incredible fans I met in this great musical journey.

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