U2 To Make History With First Broadcast From Las Vegas' Sphere For The Grammys

U2 To Make History With First Broadcast From Las Vegas' Sphere For The Grammys


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U2 To Make History With First Broadcast From Las Vegas' Sphere For The Grammys

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Entertainment Celebrity

U2 To Make History With First Broadcast From Las Vegas' Sphere For The Grammys

U2 To Make History With First Broadcast From Las Vegas' Sphere For The Grammys

Entertainment Celebrity

U2 To Make History With First Broadcast From Las Vegas' Sphere For The Grammys

Published By:   •   January 31, 2024

U2 To Make History With First Broadcast From Las Vegas' Sphere For The Grammys

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January 31, 2024

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Sunday, Feb. 4 will be a beautiful day in Las Vegas.

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U2 is set to perform the first live broadcast from Vegas' Sphere during the 66th annual Grammy Awards. The band is currently finishing their U2:UV Achtung Baby Live At Sphere run.

The segment will also include an award presentation.

Trevor Noah is hosting the Grammys, which air live on Feb. 4 from Los Angeles' Crypto Arena. Other performers include Burna Boy, Luke Combs, Billie Eilish, Billy Joel, Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo, Travis Scott and SZA.

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