Irish rock band U2 are joining the ever-growing list of musicians taking up residency in Las Vegas.
In a short Super Bowl commercial on Sunday, the band announced they are performing a "special run of shows" that will mark their first live outing in four years.
However the shows will take place without Larry Mullen, who is will taking time off to undergo and recuperate from surgery.
Instead they will feature drummer Bram van den Berg who will join Bono, The Edge and Adam Clayton onstage.
The band will launch a new state-of-the-art concert venue, the MSG Sphere at The Venetian resort in the autumn.
The auditorium has 17,500 seats and a scalable capacity that can fit up to 20,000.
It will also feature 4D multi-sensory technologies such as immersive seating, evocative scents and changing temperatures.
Meanwhile its exterior screen features a fully programmable display and is the largest LED screen on earth.
‘U2:UV Achtung Baby Live At The Sphere’ follows on from their Joshua Tree 30th anniversary stadium tour, which was seen by over 3.2 million fans worldwide.
Bono, The Edge and Adam said: "It’s going to take all we’ve got to approach the Sphere without our bandmate in the drum seat, but Larry has joined us in welcoming Bram van den Berg who is a force in his own right.
"The Sphere show has been in the works for a long time. We don’t want to let people down, least of all our audience.
"The truth is we miss them as much as they appear to miss us… our audience was always the fifth member of the band."
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