Bono and Edge joined Stevie Wonder, Lady Gaga, Usher, Kenny Chesney, K'Naan and Juanes at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday for the concert A Decade of Difference to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the William J. Clinton Foundation.
Bono joined K'Naan onstage to kick off his set, singing the brand new song "Bulletproof Pride." Bono and Edge closed the show with a seven-song setlist: "Desire," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," "A Man And A Woman," (first time ever!) "Sunday Bloody Sunday," "Staring At The Sun," "One," and "Miss Sarajevo." A string section was brought to the stage for the last three songs in the set. Visit U2tours.com for the full recap of tonight's performance.
If you missed any of it, @yahoo_music tweeted the concert will replay afterward and will be archived on Yahoo.
President Clinton met with Bono prior to the concert, and from this photo it looks like Bono might have been practicing a little guitar, however at showtime he left the strumming to Edge. Here is another photo of Bono performing in front of Clinton.
UPDATE: Here's the full video of Bono's and Edge's performance via YouTube.