PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- It was a "Beautiful Day" in Port Chester on Saturday.
The Joshua Tree, a U2 tribute band, performed at the Captol Theatre in a benefit for the Carver Center, a not for profit Port Chester-based organization that advocates for minority education.
The band explored U2's catalog, playing hits like "Where The Streets Have No Name," "Pride (In The Name Of Live) and "Where The Streets Have No Name."
For more information on the Carver Center visit http://carvercenter.org/
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