U2, bachelor party in Valencia

U2, bachelor party in Valencia

U2, bachelor party in Valencia


Bono, The Edge and Adam Clayton through the streets of Valencia and party. It was a pre-wedding, or a bachelor party something quieter than normal. In fact, there is more to see the photos. Three-quarters of the well-known Irish band were seen last night in the streets of Valencia, celebrating the feast before the wedding of an Irish friend, who will imminently contract with a Valencian girl.

“The truth is they were charming and very kind, at all times,” says David Núñez, one of the two partners of the Valencian restaurant Jockey, to whom vocalist Bono, guitarist The Edge and bassist Adam Clayton – missing Larry Mullen Jr- went after dinner, to have a few beers. A private visit that had little to do with any creative motivation. Nunez also tells an anecdote: Bono asked not to put any U2 ​​song in the restaurant while they were there. Apparently, they have already listened to themselves.

The presence of the flat of U2 surprised to the passers-by that escaped the heat of the night in some of the terraces of the Valencian extension. Even more so as a city that has never enjoyed the presence of the band to host any of the many tours that have brought them to Spain. Although the peculiar ex-president of the Diputación de Valencia, Alfonso Rus, had them as a notorious object of desire and announced in more than one occasion his intention to bring them (perhaps the promise demanded quarantine: also boasted of having promised to approach the beach to the citizens of Xàtiva, more than fifty kilometers).

“We put a couple of songs on U2 and Bono told us, very kindly, that he appreciated the gesture, but that he did not want to hear a single song from him,” David Nunez comments jokingly about the unsuspected visit of the Irish.

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