U2 rocked CenturyLink Field Sunday night for a stop on their "The Joshua Tree Tour 2017."

The concert was U2's sixth performance in Seattle, but it was the first time fans could see "The Joshua Tree" performed in its entirety live in the city. It's also the first U.S. tour performance from the band since July 2015.

When U2 first released "The Joshua Tree" in 1987, they embarked on a nine-month tour celebrating the birth of songs like "With or Without You," "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," and "Where the Streets Have No Name."

The band would come gross $40 million, play for 3 million people, and perform at 109 shows across North America and Europe during the tour.

Sadly, they skipped Seattle on that tour.

Thirty years later, they visited the Pacific Northwest for the anniversary tour, which kicked off on Friday in Vancouver, B.C.

With or without you

A post shared by Dave Stadley (@dtrip01) on


A post shared by Amanda (@demandathebarber) on

With or without you

A post shared by Dave Stadley (@dtrip01) on

One of the most beautiful and saddest songs of all time #u2 #withorwithoutyou #mothersday #seattle #joshuatree

A post shared by Chown Hardware (@chownhardware) on

Got to admit that this show is pretty #lit. #u2 #joshuatree #thejoshuatreetour

A post shared by Charles-F Doyon (@charlesdoyon) on