PHOTO+VIDEO | Impressive experience: "Yu Tu" held a concert in the architectural wonder "Sphere"

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The legendary rock group "Yoo Tu" on Friday, he held a two-hour concert in Las Vegas, USA, in the most modern spherical hall with crystal clear sound - "Sphere", The Associated Press reports.

Namely, this concert is the first of a series of concerts, which the group will hold at the same place, and the last one will be held on December 16 of this year.

During the concert, visitors had the opportunity to see several eye-catching visuals – images of a kaleidoscope, a burning flag and the Las Vegas skyline. All this took the attendees, who were about 18 thousand, on an epic musical journey.

By the way, the "Sphere" hall, which is worth 2,3 billion dollars, is massive - it is 111 meters high and 157 meters wide.

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"What an elegant screen", said the singer of the group - Bono, who was joined on stage by the guitarist Edge, the bassist Adam Clayton and the drummer Bram van den Bergh.

Bono then paid tribute to the deceased Elvis Presley, who was once the biggest star in Las Vegas.

“Look at all this stuff…Elvis definitely didn't leave this building. It's the Elvis Chapel. It's Elvis' cathedral. "Tonight, the password to enter this cathedral is: flirt," said Bono.

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With stunning visual effects, the show opened to thunderous applause, followed by a performance of their hits 'Mysterious Ways', 'Zoo Station', 'All I Want is You', 'Desire' etc as well as new single 'Atomic City' .

On many occasions, the band members were so large on the screen that it looked like Bono was intimately singing to the audience on one side while Edge was playing to the audience on the other.

In the audience were numerous celebrities from the world of entertainment and sports: Oprah, LeBron James, Matt Damon, Andre Agassi, etc.

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