U2 Joshua Tree Tour 2017: What a night in the CLE!

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CLEVELAND--Downtown was alive with thousands of people listening to the popular rock band U2, on Saturday.

The big-time musical act brought in quite the crowd this Fourth of July weekend to FirstEnergy Stadium.

The show drew people from all over the world. One Republic served as the opening act.

Fans tell Fox 8 they have been excited all year for The Joshua Tree Tour 2017.

It was a sold out show of 55,000 people on Saturday.

If music transports its listeners to another place in time, U2 did not disappoint.

Many fans spoke of fond memories associated with this album, that is now 30 years old.

"I met my husband right before The Joshua Tree came out," said Suzanne Prough, who came to Cleveland from Iowa.

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