U2 has reached the final stop on the first leg of the Innocence + Experience tour, and the band's 8-concert stay at Madison Square Garden in New York City got off to a rousing start Saturday night. In front of a host of celebrities, Bono paid tribute a few times to the hometown Ramones. He dedicated one song to Nelson Mandela on what would've been Mandela's 97th birthday, and after that the band played a song from October that hadn't been performed since November, 1989, on the Lovetown tour.
If you want to know what song that was, check out the New York #1 setlist on @U2 Tours. If you were at the show, you can use that link to post a review and/or some photos from the show.
Next up: New York #2 Sunday night at Madison Square Garden.