U2 Pays Tribute To The Paris Victims In The Most Heartbreaking Way [PHOTOS]
U2 had to cancel its concert in Paris after a terrorist attack left 130 people dead in November, but the band returned to the city for a powerful concert Sunday night.
Bono and his fellow bandmates paid tribute to those who died by dedicating several songs to them.
As they performed “In the Name of Love,” the names of all 130 who died were displayed on a screen in the venue.
“If you love liberty, Paris is your hometown,” Bono said. (RELATED: U2 Cancels Concert After Deadly Paris Attacks)
“We’re back in Paris and it’s great to be here. Some people have been saying that Eagles of Death Metal will appear on stage with U2 tonight. This is not the case.”
U2 has also said they want to be the first ones to perform at the Bataclan theater when it reopens. (RELATED: Bono Says ‘Nothing Will Stop Him’ From Going Back To Paris)