As mentioned in my post about U2’s 30th anniversary Joshua Tree Tour, here are a few photos I have from the night.
There’s also one of the Lumineers, who put on an incredible opening show that surprised me with how much I enjoyed it.
All photos were taken by a family friend I was with, as my phone unfortunately died during U2’s first few songs.
Before the show, lines of poetry about America, politics and social issues by poets of different nationalities scrolled down the screen.
Bono sings while the Joshua tree turns a purple-pink colour.
The background during “One Tree Hill.”
The band’s video background during “Where The Streets have No Name.”
The band returns to the main stage after “Pride (In The Name of Love) and the Joshua Tree background turns into a screen.
The Lumineers take the stage.