Irish Rock Legends U2 blew fans away with incredible stage visuals at the new Las Vegas Sphere venue. The ‘sphere’ lit up with the largest LED screen in the world! U2 launched their Las Vegas residency last Friday night, with more than two dozen performances scheduled through December 16!
The iconic Vegas Sphere is 336 feet tall and 516 feet wide. It is the largest spherical structure in the world. The Sphere opened up with this show. The venue lit up with a 160,000 wraparound LED display and 164,000 speakers. It also includes 4D capabilities. The Sphere is the world’s largest and highest-resolution LED screen. Read on to find out how extraordinary the show was!
Celebrities Appear In The U2 Concert!
The legendary rock band U2, who have won 22 Grammys, performed for two hours inside the Sphere. It is a massive, state-of-the-art spherical venue with crystal-clear audio. Fans are going wild over the ‘absolutely insane‘ and ‘mind-blowing‘ visual show. The Sphere enables performers to project images behind them, all around, and on the ceiling. It gives a fully immersive experience to the audience.
‘What a fancy pad,’ said Bono, who was accompanied onstage by guitarists The Edge and Adam Clayton along with drummer Bram van den Berg. A bunch of celebrities were among the crowd of more than 20,000 who received their first look at the much-anticipated show. Celebrities including Jon Hamm, Paul McCartney, Jimmy Iovine, Dr. Dre, Dakota Fanning, Connie Britton, Elizabeth Banks, Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston, Josh Duhamel, Jane Seymour and Kate Hudson were a part of the magical night.
The venue’s inaugural show is called “U2: UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere.” A series of 25 concerts built around the Irish band’s landmark 1991 album “Achtung Baby” and running through December 16th. Most of the shows are sold out, despite prices of $400-$500 for the best seats. At the debut show, the Irish rock band performed for more than two hours to an audience of 18,000 fans.