Bono & The Edge Busked For Dublin's Homeless On Christmas Eve

Bono was back on the streets of Dublin, Ireland on Monday night busking to help raise money to aid the city's homeless. It was his first appearance at the annual Christmas Eve tradition since 2015, and he brought a special guest this year: The Edge, making his first appearance.

They did a short, acoustic set that began with U2's "Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way" and followed that up with the traditional Christmas carol, "O Holy Night." After that, organizer Glen Hansard, singer Imelda May and other artists joined them for a singalong performance of "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)."



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