U2 announce Las Vegas concerts in Super Bowl commercial

U2 announced an upcoming Las Vegas concert series via Sunday’s Super Bowl ad.

During a commercial break at a sports festival, a mysterious 15-second clip aired showing a spherical UFO spotted in the sky. At the end of the promotion, it was revealed that the Irish band will be opening his MSG Sphere, a new venue at his Venetian resort, in the fall with his U2: UV Achtung Baby Live At The Sphere concert series.

The show, which celebrates their 1991 album Achtung Baby, is the band’s first live performance since December 2019 and the first without drummer Larry Mullen Jr., who is recovering from an unspecified surgery.・Performance.

Bono, Adam Clayton and The Edge will be joined by Bram van den Berg, drummer from the Dutch band Cresip.

“It takes everything to get close to Sphere without a bandmate in the drum seat, but Larry has joined us to welcome Bram van den Berg, a force in his own right. “The Sphere show has been going on for a long time. We don’t want to let people down. At least our audience.. The truth is they miss us.” Our audience has always been the fifth member of the band. We’ll have to go back and see the fans’ faces again, and what a unique stage they’re building for us in the desert.

“We are the right band, ACHTUNG BABY is the right album, and The Sphere is the right venue to take your live music experience to the next level.”

Dates for the show have yet to be announced.

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