U2 continued their recently launched Joshua Tree tour last night at Seattle’s Centurylink Field, and the arena rockers ended up welcoming local hero Eddie Vedder to the stage, along with the members of opening band Mumford & Sons.

Bono and company kicked off the Sunday night performance with an appropriate “Sunday Bloody Sunday” before jumping into a full rendition of their Josua Tree album a few songs later. For the final track of the run, “Mothers of the Disappeared,” Bono welcomed out Vedder to help out on vocals, and Marcus Mumford and his bandmates quickly joined the onstage collective to wrap up the set. U2 would then continue the performance with two encores that included hits like “Elevation” and “Beautiful Day” and rounded out with an “I Will Follow” finale.

Watch a video of the collaboration above. U2 keep their Joshua Tree tour rolling at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA, on May 17, the last of three shows with openers Mumford & Sons.