The 2024 Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, air live on CBS at 8 p.m. ET on Feb. 4
Can't make it to one of U2's Las Vegas residency shows at Sphere? Don't worry.
The Irish rock band will deliver the first-ever televised live performance from the Las Vegas venue Sphere during the 2024 Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy announced via social media on Friday.
The 22-time Grammy-winning group will take the stage for this year's ceremony on Feb. 4 to celebrate its U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere residency before it comes to a close on March 2.
U2's Sphere residency kicked off in September 2023, and opening night saw the band power through 22 hits, including "One," "With or Without You" and "Where the Streets Have No Name." The band also paid homage to Vegas with a performance of "Atomic City," having filmed the music video for the song in the city earlier that month.
Group members Bono and The Edge leaned into Vegas themes at times during the show, having flashed images of Elvis Presley on the walls of the venue at one point. “Elvis has definitely not left this building,” Bono, 63, said during one moment in the show.
In addition to listening to the famed band, the thousands of fans gathered inside the venue marveled at the 16K wraparound LED screen, 167,000 speakers and even the five humanoid robots greeting guests in the foyer.
“What a fancy pad,” Bono said of the venue, which sits inside a 366-foot-tall orb just east of the famed Las Vegas Strip.
U2 joins a stacked lineup of artists set to perform at this year's Grammy Awards, including Billy Joel, Billie Eilish, Burna Boy, Dua Lipa, Luke Combs, Olivia Rodrigo and Travis Scott. Hosted by Trevor Noah, the awards show will be held at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
Joel's inclusion on the lineup arrived earlier this week, shortly after the five-time Grammy winner announced the release of “Turn the Lights Back On,” his first new single in over a decade.
The song comes as the “We Didn’t Start the Fire” artist is in the midst of wrapping up his legendary, decade-long residency at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. The show will officially come to a close later this year when he plays his 150th lifetime show at the venue on July 25.
As for this year's Grammy nominations, SZA leads the pack with eight, followed by Phoebe Bridgers, engineer Serban Ghenea and Victoria Monét, who received seven nods each. Behind them, Rodrigo, Eilish, Jack Antonoff, Jon Batiste, boygenius, Brandy Clark, Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift all garnered six nominations.
The 2024 Grammy awards air live on CBS at 8 p.m. ET on Feb. 2.
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