U2’s Zoo TV Tour was staged in support of their 1991 album Achtung Baby, visiting arenas and stadiums from 1992 to 1993. The emergence of their the new musical direction that the group took with Achtung Baby, the tour was intended to deviate from their past and confound expectations of the band. It worked. The Zoo TV Tour was an elaborately staged multimedia event, satirising television and media oversaturation by attempting to instill “sensory overload” in its audience. The tour was an embarrassment of classic songs and moments, and removed their reputation for being overly serious, by being more lighthearted and self-deprecating image on tour. When Bono said at the end of their Joshua Tree they were going to dream it all up again, nobody could have ever expected this. Here’s a full concert from Stockholm, with the quartet on fire.