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.

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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.

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