U2 Plays @ The Cannes Film Festival

The 60th Cannes Film Fes­ti­val is in full swing. It’s all film for ten plus days. But last night, music or real­ly U2 took cen­ter stage. Before the mid­night screen­ing of their new rock­u­men­tary, U23D, the Irish band played a two song set (Ver­ti­go and Where the Streets Have No Name) on the red car­pet. It was short and sweet. You can watch it below. Cheers.

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