Without or with him, Snow Patrol’s Ward Park three live performance used to be successful with the enthusiasts – however the sweetest factor got here with the wonder look of Bono.
The U2 frontman’s efficiency of the enduring music One, along Gary Lightbody and his bandmates, used to be a wonder to the Bangor crowd on Saturday night time.
“No them, there may be best us,” he sang to the gang.
Judging by means of social media response, Bono’s look went down a hurricane.
“Whilst you idea it could not get any higher it were given higher,” Phill Cottam wrote on Twitter.
Stuart Neilly mentioned that he to begin with idea the music used to be a “run of the mill quilt” earlier than the U2 singer walked on level.
Some other fan posted: “Snow Patrol have been superior as at all times, however we were given a excellent bit greater than we idea we have been going for. My jaw dropped when #Bono walked on level.”
Introducing the music, Gary Lightbody mentioned that he sought after to pay tribute to track that comes from the Republic of Eire.
“An terrible lot of songs from the Republic of Eire, however there used to be just one music that lets bring to mind that mentioned the whole thing that must be mentioned in those heady instances,” he mentioned.
“Only one music. Only one.”
The band started taking part in their quilt model, earlier than Bono introduced gasps and cheers from the gang when he walked on level for the second one verse.
Journalist Rodney Edwards tweeted that the ad-libbed finishing, during which Bono and Lightbody time and again sang “no them, there may be best us” used to be “in homage to the connection between Northern Eire and the Republic of Eire”.
Snow Patrol additionally paid tribute to the murdered journalist Lyra McKee all over their efficiency of Take Again the Town.
Previous, the gang had loved performances from Northern Eire acts together with Foy Vance, Two Door Cinema Membership, Ash and Soak.