Sunday, December 13, 2015

U2 Concerts for Victims of Terror Attacks

U2 Concert
After the terrorist attacks that claimed 130 lives, thousands of Parisians gathered to see U2 perform live in Paris last 6 December to show everyone that they will cower in fear.

However, lines of police cars outside the AccorHotels Arena were a stark reminder of what happened at another concert hall just three weeks ago.

The venue was packed and fans cheered when Bono kicked off the concert saying, "Vive la France."

U2 had to postpone its 14-15 November concerts after terrorist attacks , but the band dedicated songs to Paris, saying "We are all Parisians," and "If you love liberty, Paris is your hometown" but also to victims of the San Bernardino, California, shooting, attacks in Beirut and to "all those hostage of an ideology."

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