Artist Dire Straits
Venue Wembley Stadium, London, UK
Date 11th June 1988
Source Soundboard
Format 1CD-R
  1. Intro by Billy Conolly
  2. Walk of life
  3. Sultans of swing
  4. Romeo and Juliet
  5. Money for nothing
  6. Brothers in arms
  7. Wonderful tonight
  8. Solid rock
  9. Intro by Billy Conolly (taken from another source)
Additional comments

Wembley Stadium on 11th June 1988 was the venue for a unique gathering of musicians and performers from all over the world who under the banner of Artists Against Apartheid paid tribute to Nelson Mandela for his 70th Birthday. An audience estimated to be well over half a billion people in some 63 countries participated in an event with a simple compelling message: "Free Nelson Mandela". Dire Straits appeared as the closing act of that unforgettable day with Eric Clapton on second guitar. Until today, it was probably the most important and powerful concert of the Dire Straits history. Amazing version of Brothers in arms! This recording is 100% complete, including the announcer, Billy Conolly: "With a happy heart and a tear in either eye: DIRE STRAITS! ". Taken from German radio, great sound quality.

Concert photo