Irish rock band U2 returned to Paris on Sunday to perform one of two concerts that were canceled following the city’s terrorist attacks. However, the Eagles of Death Metal did not make an appearance. The U2 shows were originally scheduled for Nov. 14 and 15, and were canceled after the ISIS attacks that left 130 dead in the French capital on Nov. 13. “Tonight we are all Parisians,” frontman Bono told the crowd at AccorHotels Arena. The names of the victims were emblazoned on a screen in blue, white, and red at the end of the show, while Patti Smith made a guest appearance.