U2 kicked off its 25-night U2:UV Live residency at the brand new Sphere at the Venetian in Las Vegas, ushering in the world’s most high-tech live music venue with a show dominated by its 1991 album Achtung Baby. The evening began with that project’s first eight songs, including the maiden performance of “Tryin’ To Throw Your Arms Around the World” since 1993, and was followed by a block of four songs from 1988’s Rattle and Hum.
Bono told the audience that this mini-set will likely feature different albums on a nightly basis, somewhat in the vein of the “secret songs” block during Taylor Swift’s ongoing Eras tour. U2
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