U2 Performs in the Middle of New York City -- In Disguise


New Yorkers are no strangers to crazy subway antics. But the latest segment from Jimmy Fallon has taken subway performances to a whole new level. The world-wide, award-winning band U2 just performed to passersby in New York City's Grand Central station. And they did it all in disguise.


The group performed their famous "Angel of Harlem" for a clip on The Tonight Show while hundreds of commuters passed by. For the lucky few who realized the men behind the masks, they were treated to quite the show.

Check out the sneak peek:

Unbelievable! U2/Jimmy Fallon performing at Grand Central #onlyinnewyork #grateful #jimmyfallon #u2

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And, of course, Mr. Fallon made an appearance as well:

Sure makes you want to take the subway, doesn't it?

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The band will appear on Fallon's show this Friday, and were supposed to play alongaide The Roots for a week-long residency in November, but were unable to commit after Bono was injured in a bike crash.

Now, it looks like they're back and ready to reignite the music. Disguises and drum buckets, included.

Did you recognize the singers?



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