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U2-Tour: Berlin-Show canceled due to bono-language problems



  The singer of the Irish rock group U2 speaks after a visit to German Chancellor Angela Merkel (not pictured), in front of the law firm in Berlin, Germany, August 28, 2018

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9659005] Bono was in Germany for the European stage of the U2 Experience + Innocence Tour

U2 fans were disappointed when their Berlin show was canceled after Bono lost his voice.

The Irish band had played a handful of songs when the singer apologized to the crowd: "I think we can not go. It's not right for you."

The people in the Mercedes-Benz Arena were told That there would be a short break, but later they were told that the show was over. Bono promised that another gig would be arranged.

Some fans said that Bono had announced that smoking machines had influenced his voice.

"Bono was in good shape and great voice before the show and we were all looking forward to the second night in Berlin, but after a few songs he suffered a complete loss of voice," U2 said in a statement.

"We do not know what happened and we take medical advice," the band added.

"Sorry"

It was the second night of the European leg of the U2 Experience + Innocence tour that started on Friday night at the same venue.

Bono had sung on the day of the Red Flag when he lost his voice .

U2 fan Paul Jones said: "During the fourth song, Red Flag Day, Bono's voice deteriorated massively – he said it had something to do with the smoke that was triggered."

He tried to "keep going" "With the next song, Beautiful Day, when he stopped.

In a video posted by a fan of the Saturday Night Concert, Bono seemed to cough and told the fans that he was "I'm so sorry." "I'm sure that's not a big, big problem – but I'll have to do something," he said, "If people want to go home, that's fine – we'll get in." play for you. "

Bono said he needed a short break" to find out what's happening, "but did not return.

US actress Ashley Judd was at the concert and said" the crowd felt so for him "when he was" powerless and vulnerable. "

Many fans said they had understood and wished Bono well.

Another said that Bono appeared" visibly desperate "when he announced he has to take a break.

A fan said she was from England to celebrate her partner's 50th birthday – and it was unlikely

She told BBC News that Bono had "complained that his voice had gone from smoking machines because of smoke". He said he would either cancel or take a short break, but after 30 minutes it was announced that the concert had been canceled.

Sharon said, "Very sad that it was canceled, but you can not help him if he can not sing, it would have been nice for the band to explain it."

When the band comes, it is not known yet to reschedule the concert.

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