U2 has been one of the top-grossing touring acts for decades. In 2018, their Experience + Innocence tour took in more than $126 million thanks to nearly a million dedicated fans. The Irish band’s stage-shows have evolved over the years into multi-media attacks on the senses – a far cry from their early days playing local Dublin gigs.
U2’s roots go all the way back to 1976 and their first big tour, albeit still in small clubs, was in 1980 in support of their debut album Boy. The lead track was “I Will Follow” and they played it often then, and they still do to this day.
But U2’s second-ever single is not the song they’ve performed live the most in their history, according to setlist.fm. It’s close, but it shares the top ten list with other favorites from the early days, as well as songs from their legendary 1987 album The Joshua Tree.
What song has U2 played live the most in their hall of fame career? Scroll through the list to find out.