U2's The Edge Falls Off the Stage During Vancouver Show

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Hope he's OK!
U2's guitarist, The Edge, had a slip-up while performing in Vancouver, Canada on Thursday night, falling right off the stage during the band's performance of "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." The 53-year-old musician didn't realize how close he was to the, um, edge of an illuminated walkway, resulting in a nasty fall.
However, the band took to their Instagram to let fans know he's fine.
"Didn't see the edge, I'm ok!! #U2ieTour," the band posted alongside a picture of his scraped-up right arm.

Perhaps The Edge is still getting used to the layout of the stage, given that Thursday night was the first show of the band's new "Innocence + Experience" world tour. Interestingly enough, the fall happened during the last song of the night. According to one fan, he got back up after the incident and walked off stage.
In December, Coldplay's Chris Martin and Bruce Springsteen filled in for an injured Bono at a concert event at Times Square in honor of World AIDS Day. Watch below!