U2 returned to Dublin last night for their homecoming gig of the Joshua Tree Tour, and boy did they put on a show.
Concentrating on showing off just their songs for the first half with no lightshow or display behind the band, things really kicked off with Where The Streets Have No Name.
A full digital backdrop of 1,040 individual video panels, the largest LED screen ever used in a touring show, featured shots of a plane landing on a runway for their well-known hit.
And then, something special happened.
Four planes, U2's "special hometown guests", swooped down over the stadium with their trails of green, white and gold, for a seriously spectacular tricolour flyover.
This looked INCREDIBLE.
— Daniel Fleming (@DanielCFleming) July 23, 2017
Trust Bono and the lads to pull out all the stops for this one. Fair play.