U2‘s ongoing Experience + Innocence Tour has been on the road for a while, and one thing it hasn't really done is change very much night to night (between song sets and stage set up, every show has pretty much been identical).
Over the weekend though, hardcore fans were treated to a few songs in Copenhagen that the band hasn't performed in nearly a decade.
Via Rolling Stone:
They changed things up and dropped “The Ocean” for the first time all tour and instead played the title track to The Unforgettable Fire, which they hadn’t touched since 2011. They then played the Zooropa cut “Stay (Faraway, So Close!).” Bono and the Edge last played it acoustically in 2011, but the full band hasn’t performed it since the end of the Zoo TV tour in 1993. The group also played “Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses” for the first time on the European leg. (To make room, they dropped “Iris (Hold Me Close),” “Cedarwood Road,” “Sunday Bloody Sunday” and “Until the End of the World.”)