On June 10, U2 will release a new concert film titled iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE — Live in Paris on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download.

The release features footage from the Irish band’s emotional December 6-7, 2015, stand in the French capital that took place a few weeks after the group postponed its originally planned shows in the wake of the brutal terrorist attacks in the city on November 13.

The main video captures U2’s December 7 performance at AccorHotels Arena, which was the final show on the band’s 2015 iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour.

The concert, which originally aired as an HBO special that same day, features the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers playing select songs from throughout their entire career, including several tunes from their latest album, 2014’s Songs of Innocence.

The show featured a uniquely designed multimedia stage setup that included movable, floor-to-ceiling LED screens and a catwalk that stretched across the arena.

The concert also featured as special guests Eagles of Death Metal, the American indie-rock act that was playing a gig at Paris’ Bataclan concert hall November 13 when terrorists attacked the venue, killing 89 people.

Deluxe versions of the iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE — Live in Paris DVD, Blu-ray and digital video feature a variety of bonus content, including music videos; a behind-the-scenes look at the iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour; an interview with the concert film’s director, Hamish Hamilton; a selection of extra live performances from U2’s 2015 trek; and more.

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A Super Deluxe box set also will be available that contains a variety of collectible memorabilia, including a special USB lightbulb, a 64-page hard-cover book, dog tags, stickers, badges, a stencil set and a series of postcards.

Here’s the full track list of the deluxe versions of iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE — Live in Paris:

“People Have the Power”

“The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)”

“Vertigo”

“I Will Follow”

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“Iris (Hold Me Close)”

“Cedarwood Road”

“Song for Someone”

“Sunday Bloody Sunday”

“Raised by Wolves”

“Until the End of the World”

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“The Fly”

“Invisible”

“Even Better Than the Real Thing”

“Mysterious Ways”

“Elevation”

“Every Breaking Wave”

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“October”

“Bullet the Blue Sky”

“Zooropa”

“Where the Streets Have No Name”

“Pride (in the Name of Love)”

“With or Without You”

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Stephen Hawking “Global Citizen”

“City of Blinding Lights”

“Beautiful Day”

“Mother & Child Reunion”

“Bad”

“One”

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“People Have the Power” (with Eagles of Death Metal)

“I Love You All the Time” (Eagles Of Death Metal)

 

Bonus Material:

Cedarwood Road — A Gavin Friday Narration

“Out of Control” (December 6, 2015, Paris)

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“The Future Better Hurry Up”

“The Electric Co.” (November 11, 2015, Paris)

i + e –Behind the Scenes with the Director

“Bad/People Have the Power” (with Patti Smith — December 6, 2015, Paris)

“The Wanderer”

“The Troubles”

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Music Videos:

— “Ordinary Love”

— “Invisible”

— “The Miracle (of Joey Ramone)”

— “Every Breaking Wave” — A Film by Aoife Mcardle

— “Song for Someone” (Directed by Vincent Haycock)

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— “Song for Someone” (Behind the Scenes)

— “Song for Someone” (Directed by Matt Mahurin)