New Yorkers and tourists alike were treated to a very special subway performance Monday by none other than U2.

The band dressed as street performers and sang “Angel of Harlem” on the S train platform in Grand Central Station.


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The performance was reportedly part of the band’s planned appearance on “The Tonight Show,” scheduled for Friday.

Chef Mario Batali was there. He posted a photo to Instagram, calling the performance a “compelling case for subway travel.”
 

 

this makes a compelling case for subway travel!! @U2 www.u2.com. wheeeeeeee!!!!

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Watch part of the performance below.


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