It seems that taking to the subway platform to busk is a growing trend for world-famous bands.
U2 took a leaf out of Maroon 5's book by going busking in Berlin last night - or more precisely, on the U2 line of the U-Bahn (we see what they did there).
Bono and his bandmates played a 15-minute acoustic set for delighted commuters, after a local radio station had run a competition to win tickets to join them on the train to the stop. 120 people travelled with them to the Deutsche Oper stop, where they disembarked and played a set that included 'One' and new song 'Get Out of Your Own Way'.
See footage from social media below:
— Flo (@zoovation) December 6, 2017
U2 just performed in the my underground line of U2 Berlin ðŸ˜‚ pic.twitter.com/V9VXRozSf7
— RΛMIN NΛSIBOV (@RaminNasibov) December 6, 2017
— Mike Murphy (@PromisedLand64) December 6, 2017
— U2tour (@U2tour) December 6, 2017
Achtung baby! U2 busk on the platform of Berlin's appropriately named U2 line pic.twitter.com/fNIq75RA65
— Sky News (@SkyNews) December 6, 2017