The difference this time: they don’t have to worry about being chased off by hotel management. The Clarence is owned by U2 frontman Bono and guitarist the Edge.

The gig marks the first live public performance of material from the band’s upcoming All That You Can’t Leave Behind, scheduled for North American release October 31. The BBC will broadcast the songs in the U.K. on October 6.

U2 famously took to a Hollywood rooftop in 1987 to film the video for “Where the Streets Have No Name.” The shoot attracted enormous crowds on surrounding streets and blocked traffic before building management and police shut down the impromptu concert.

The Dublin rooftop gig isn’t expected to cause such a scene since the Clarence Hotel is only five stories tall and the band won’t be visible from the street.

U2 is expected to launch a North American arena tour early next year.