The Irish band, who canceled two concerts in Paris in response to Friday’s attacks, came to pay homage to the victims killed during the shooting Saturday, November 14, in the early evening.
The Irish rock band U2, who canceled two concerts in Paris, came to pray Saturday, November 14 in the early evening before the room Bataclan concerts, main target attacks that were 129 deaths in the French capital, said a journalist from AFP.
Bono and his group, one of the most celebrated in the world, had announced on the night they canceling their last two shows in France, scheduled Saturday and Sunday in the largest indoor hall in Paris.
Many French and foreign artists have reacted Saturday after the deadly attack that targeted the Bataclan concert hall emblematic of Paris. Among the audience came to attend the day before the concert of the California Eagles of Metal Death group, 89 people were killed and numerous others injured by three heavily armed men.
Members of the American group are safe Sunday and return to the United States, according to their families. A technician who accompanied them died in the attack, the source said.
The French Minister of Culture, Fleur Pellerin, came to lay a wreath of flowers at the Bataclan, late Saturday afternoon.
Foo Fighters, expected in Monday the same room, they have announced the end of their European tour, canceling their planned concerts in Turin (Italy), Paris, Lyon and Barcelona (Spain).