The stars come out for Arcade Fire

U2 and Divine Comedy are at Dublin show

U2 and The Divine Comedy came along to see Arcade Fire at the second of their sold-out shows in Dublin last night (March 6).

The Olympia show was watched by U2 drummer Larry Mullen and The Divine Comedy’s frontman Neil Hannon.

U2 had Arcade Fire on tour with them in 2005, as well as using ‘Wake Up’ as their intro music on the ‘Vertigo’ world tour.

The set was similar to the previous evening, with the addition of ‘Windowsill’ and ‘Neighborhood # 2 (Laika)’ at the expense of ‘Crown Of Love’, ‘Ocean Of Noise’ and new album ‘Neon Bible’‘s title track.

The set was:

‘No Cars Go’

‘Haiti’

‘Black Mirror’

‘Keep The Car Running’

‘(Antichrist Television Blues)’

‘Black Wave/Bad Vibrations’

‘My Body Is A Cage’

‘The Well & The Lighthouse’

‘Windowsill’

‘Neighborhood # 1 (Tunnels)’

‘Neighborhood # 3 (Power Out)’

‘Rebellion (Lies)’

‘Intervention’

‘Wake Up’

‘Neighborhood #2 (Laika)’

The band now head to the UK for shows at:

Manchester Apollo (March 8,9)

Glasgow Barrowlands (11,12)

London Brixton Academy (14,15,16,17)