U2 announce ‘U2:UV Achtung Baby Live At The Sphere’

U2 addressed the global public today with a Super Bowl commercial that made fans wonder if the band was announcing an interplanetary trip or an out-of-this-world experience. performed the ultimate sneak peek. This ad (below) gives a glimpse of their next ambitious project titled ‘U2: UV Achtung Baby Live At The Sphere’. It will be held at his MSG Sphere at The Venetian in Las Vegas this fall. This special show run is part of the acclaimed Joshua Tree’s 30th Anniversary Stadium Tour and his 2018 eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Indoor Tour, which was seen by more than 3.2 million of his fans around the world. It’s the band’s first live out in four years, following a huge success. In Europe and North America he has 1 million viewers.

The full-length trailer announcement can be seen at www.U2xSPHERE.com and is a celebration of the global U2 community, with new and long-time U2 fans (along with several doppelgangers) coming together for the futuristic Achtung Baby. ) featuring a select group of Adventure in a unique desert landscape.

Recognized as the best live act in the world, U2 have consistently pushed the boundaries of live performance since their early days, including the industry-defining ZOO TV tour in 1991. Latest technology and innovation. Live Nation’s announcement to launch the MSG Sphere, the state-of-the-art venue where the band now dominates the Las Vegas skyline, befits the world’s most thrilling live band show.

The announcement confirms that Larry Mullen Jr. will take some time off to recover from surgery in 2023. At these Las Vegas shows, Larry and the band will welcome drummer Bram Van den Berg and join Bono, The Edge. Adam Clayton on stage at MSG Sphere.

Bono, The Edge and Adam said:

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 we miss them as much as they seem to miss us.our audience has always been the 5th member of the band In short, U2 haven’t played live since December 2019, so they’ll have to get back on stage and see their fans again. And what a unique stage they are building for us in the desert…we are the right band, ACHTUNG BABY is the right album, and Sphere takes the live music experience to the next level. It’s the right venue. U2 has tried everything in addition to satellite stages and video installations, but the most memorable is the ZOO TV tour that ended 30 years ago in Tokyo this fall. .

The Sphere is more than just a venue, it’s a gallery, and U2’s music will fill the walls. ”

The Edge adds: It is also the possibility of immersive experiences in real and imaginary landscapes. In short, a canvas of unmatched scale and image resolution, a once-in-a-generation opportunity. We all thought about it and decided it would be crazy not to accept the invitation.

James L. Dolan, Chairman and CEO of Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. The Sphere is a new medium that redefines entertainment. ”

MSG Sphere introduces a new medium of entertainment. Fans will feel the impact of the greatest bands in the world’s most experienced venues. MSG Sphere introduces for the first time her 16K screen that envelops, surrounds and surrounds the audience. Sphere Immersive Sound brings pitch-perfect audio to every seat in your home. 4D technology allows audiences to feel the wind on their face, the heat on their skin, and the thunder. The opening show series of “U2 UV Achtung Baby Live At The Sphere” utilizes this unique technology to allow fans to experience something completely new.

The band also released “One” from their new album Songs Of Surrender. This is a collection of 40 of his most influential U2 songs from the band’s entire catalog, re-recorded and reimagined for 2023 in sessions spanning the past two years. Their most famous song of his 40+ year career will be released in full on Friday March 17th. The NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year Super Bowl Special featured the world premiere of “One.”

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