When rockers U2 wrap their residency at the MSG Sphere in December, plenty of big-name artists are ready to get to work to fill the massive opening in Las Vegas’ newest venue and visual attraction.
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Amid the many exciting possibilities of who could take on the impressive new venue at Las Vegas' Venetian Resort, one artist on everyone's mind is, of course, Queen Bey.
Now that Beyoncé has officially wrapped her Renaissance World Tour, fans of the biggest artist in the world are currently awaiting the arrival of her corresponding concert film, Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, just before the holidays, which will be premiering in theaters on December 1. This obviously raises the question... just how big can the BeyHive blast it?
Apparently, Bey is talking with executive chairman of MSG Networks, James Dolan, about bringing a $10 million stage production to The Sphere in the new year -- and already received a personal walk-through of the eye-popping location with her momager, Tina Knowles, and husband, JAY-Z.
While $10 million sure sounds like a whole lotta dough to drop for a residency production, it's worth noting that U2's stage show at the 35-story, $2.3 billion venue ended up costing close to the same amount.
The wheels better be in motion, as Bey's show, if agreed upon, would bring all the single ladies to The Sphere right after U2 finishes up, after extending their residency into February 2024.