U2 concert at Glastonbury Festival 2011, Worthy Farm, Pilton, England on June 24, 2011. Setlist: 00:00 - Even Better Than The Real Thing 04:00 - The Fly 08:45 - Mysterious Ways 13:20 - Until The End Of The World 18:05 - One 23:45 - Where The Streets Have No Name 29:20 - I Will Follow 33:10 - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 37:35 - Stay 42:52 - Beautiful Day 49:06 - Elevation 52:57 - Get On Your Boots 56:50 - Vertigo 1:01:25 - Sunday Bloody Sunday 1:05:36 - Bad 1:11:30 - Pride In The Name Of Love 1:15:48 - With or Without you 1:21:32 - Yellow/Moment of Surrender.
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