The famous Irish band U2 is using in its concerts within the European tour a footage of images from various protests, including from the rallies in Bucharest. The footage featuring the protests in Romania is accompanying the hit „Pride (In The Name Of Love)”.
Therefore, in a video footage of this song performed in a concert in Amsterdam on Ziggo Dome arena on October 7, images from the protests in Bucharest can been seen, along with the Romanian flag or banners displaying „#rezist” message.
The images featured in the Amsterdam concert also include scenes from other rallies and marches from different countries, protests against Brexit, rallies in Poland, Ukraine, Greece or Italy, on various topics, such as to support refugees or to protest against Neo-fascism.
The message sent by the Irish band trough the song and the video is one of tolerance to the refugees, to integration and European unity.
The current international tour of U2, entitled „eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE”, started in the US on May 2 and moved to Europe at the end of August with a concert held in Berlin.
Almost all tickets for the remaining concerts of this tour are „sold out”. The next four gigs will take place in Milan (October 11, 12, 15, 16), after that there will be some performances in UK, while the tour will end in Berlin.