VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — Opening night ended a bit early when The Edge walked right off the stage. Last, nights show had everyone taking a couple of jokes about the little spill. "Somebody said that the Edge had downloaded himself into the audience without asking permission," he said. "I thought that was great." Second night with a brand new stage, new songs the band sure did not play it safe with using the same set. They mixed it up and honored B.B King playing "When Loves Come To Town" for the first time in 23 years. Hearing the tune with Bono covering all of King's lines was a sad reminder that B.B. truly is gone. "Wow," Bono said at the end. "The thrill will never be gone." Complete show wrap up can be found via our city link.