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After Beyoncé ended her “Renaissance Tour” in October, further live shows are already being planned. The artist could land the next “MSG Sphere” residency after U2. Discussions with those responsible on site are reportedly already taking place; a stage show for around $9.2 million is said to be planned.
Successor residency secured for U2?
The “New York Post” also reports that the 42-year-old was already there with her manager and mother Tina Knowles and her husband Jay-Z to take a look around. If Beyoncé gets a residency spot at the coveted concert hall, it will follow U2’s “U2:UV Warning Baby” shows. The Irish have just extended their stay in Las Vegas until February 2024.
In addition to Beyoncé, there were other top-class musicians in discussion for the MSG Sphere, including Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney and Lady Gaga. Beyoncé could probably give the location, which just suffered a quarterly loss of 92.2 million euros, a good push in the right direction. Their last tour was sold out in a very short time and several hundred euros were even paid for seats with poor visibility.