U2's The Edge falls off stage in concert

Guitarist The Edge of U2 performs on World AIDS Day at 'A (RED) Thank You,' presented by (Bank of America)RED on Dec. 1, 2014, in New York.

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U2 guitarist The Edge didn't notice the edge of the stage while performing Thursday night in Vancouver, which resulted in him taking a massive tumble.

Audience video footage captured the incident:


The Edge (real name David Howell Evans) took to Instagram afterwards, assuring fans that he's doing just fine:


Meanwhile, frontman Bono recently revealed that he's still unable to play guitar after his biking accident in New York's Central Park last fall.

"It's all numb here, and this is titanium," he said, pointing to the different body parts. "The shoulder's better, the face is better... But this is the hard bit because I can't play guitar," he said.

Stay safe, guys!

U2 is currently on its Innocence + Experience tour.