U2’s first-historically concert in India was held on Sunday at Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Sports Stadium. It was a piece of the Irish musical crew’s The Joshua Tree overall visit. The band members were — Bono, Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr — arrived in Mumbai on Thursday evening for the show. The show has many fans in India. Many Bollywood stars attended the concert.
Irish musical gang U2 wrapped up their two-year Joshua Tree world visit, celebrating 30 years of their first 1987 collection, with their lady execution in India, getting the crowd a few of their most noteworthy hits at the D.Y. Patil arena in Navi Mumbai on Sunday.
What is U2?
Formed in the Irish capital Dublin, U2 started its journey as Feedback in 1976. Larry Mullen Jr, at that point a 14-year-old child, posted a note on his school’s notification board calling for performers to frame a band. The next year, Feedback played their first gig and changed the name to The Hype. The band was not called U2 until 1978. U2 members are one of the world’s top-rated music artists and have won more Grammy Awards (22 trophies) than some other band. The band has alternative rock and post-punk impacts. The Joshua Tree Tour remembers the 30th commemoration of their 1987 collection, The Joshua Tree.
Many Bollywood stars attended the concert in Mumbai. Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Hrithik Roshan, Sussanne Khan with their kids, and several other celebs participated at the legendary band’s show in Mumbai. About 35,000 tickets were sold for the concert.
Pics from the occasion show Sachin Tendulkar with spouse Anjali, Deepika Padukone, Mira Rajput, Anurag Kashyap, Shaheen Bhatt, Meezaan with Javed Jaffery and Ranveer Singh entering. Hrithik Roshan accompanied his family. Upon their appearance, Malaika Arora had posted a pic of the band to give her energy for the specialists performing during the night. She later posted recordings of her and sister Amrita set out toward the show.
Performance at the concert
U2 paid tribute to the women icons of the country by putting the spotlight on Union Minister Smriti Irani, Arundhati Roy, and Gauri Lankesh, among others.
The band performed against an LED screen crossing the monstrous stage, which sadly didn’t extend a live feed, leaving vertically tested participants competing for a look at the foursome. At the point when part of the way through the show at ‘Bullet through the Blue Sky,’ the band advised the crowd to “hold up your left and right and don’t be unsettled,” the hesitant crowd, with a middle-age of 40 and a peppering of adolescents, instantly reacted. Predictably, everybody uproariously chimed in to ‘Where the streets have no name’ and ‘With or without you.’
The last act of the night incorporated an especially moving interpretation of ‘Ultra Violet’ requesting a message of equivalent rights for ladies and the supplication for them to be protected in their own homes and the streets. The song went with visuals of tough ladies who have “changed history,” including Karuna Nundy, the Gulabi posse, Arundhati Roy, Gauri Lankesh, Amrita Shergill, and Smriti Irani close by Rana Ayyub. The show finished with ‘One.’
For the Indian crowds, Bono vigorously insinuated harmony, Mahatma Gandhi, Satyagraha, and a light portion of Hindi, including, “Kaise ho? (How are you?).”
At long last, the band strolled off the phase to the Tricolor illuminating the screen. Two years, a notorious collection and U2 exited with extravagant flair. U2 band has performed first ever in India. All the band members were excited to play in India, and the concert has many fans all over the country. U2 drop their new song in the concert Ahimsa. U2 drummer Larry Mullen said that Mumbai was the perfect city to end the tour 2019. U2’s huge designs for The Joshua Tree visit likewise incorporates stunning stage representations of photos of the band by long-lasting colleague and movie producer Anton Corbijn, whose notable photography went with the first recording. The concert was a three-act show and won the heart of the audience. It was the perfect Sunday evening of the Mumbai People. Bollywood stars attended the concert with full excitement and also posted n social media.