U2’s Last Sphere Concert Scheduled To Air Worldwide

This weekend, music from U2’s incredible 40-date engagement at the Sphere in Las Vegas is going to make its radio debut throughout the world.

Radio stations in the UK, Spain, the Netherlands, Japan, Italy, Ireland, Australia, France, Brazil, Mexico, and Germany will be airing the last performance of “U2:UV Achtung Baby Live At Sphere” starting tomorrow, Thursday, April 18, and continuing through late May.

The show made its premiere to US and Canadian subscribers last month, and then SiriusXM made it available on demand through its app. An in-depth interview with Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Bram van den Ber, filmed at Zoo Station at the Venetian in Las Vegas, is included with the performance.

The audio originates from the March 2nd finale and includes tracks from Achtung Baby’s new single “Atomic City,” as well as other beloved classics. Video footage from the band’s concerts on February 23, 24, and March 1 is anticipated to be edited into a film that will be screened at the Sphere. As further information becomes available, it will be shared.

The band celebrated their critically acclaimed 1991 album Achtung Baby and the groundbreaking Zoo TV Tour that followed, which defied convention in 1991, with a special run of gigs that showcased state-of-the-art technology.

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