U2 Announce ‘Zoo Station’ A Whole New Fan Experience Ahead Of Sphere Shows

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U2 have announced a new, immersive experience for fans ‘Zoo Station’, which was designed ahead of their upcoming residency at Last Vegas. 

The portal which is called, ‘Zoo Station: A U2:UV Experience’, was developed by the Live Nation funded company, Vibee, and VIP package provider, to help fans to gain a better understanding of much loved U2 album ‘Achtung Baby’, as the “ultimate hub for fans”.

It also aims to offer fans a “a unique opportunity to interact with U2’s rich artistic legacy”. 

“interactive art”

The experience will also include a ‘Zoo TV Camera’, along with an Anton Corbijn Gallery, VIP lounges, limited edition merchandise and more. This camera was curated by The Edge.

“Fans can visit the Ultra Violet lounge for music and shopping and the Fly Bar for drinks and more interactive art”, a description read. “Vibee’s VIP package purchasers get priority access and special events at the lounges. Also on the second floor is the Zoo TV Cinema, an intimate theatre curated by The Edge, that will be hosting daily screenings of rare band footage and films”. 

The portal will also be open to the public from September 28, and supports U2’s incredible run of shows, which kick off at this state of the art sphere the following day (September 29).

U2 Promise A Tour Like No Other 

Earlier this Summer, U2 had also promised fans that this residency would be like no other.

Their exact words were, “there’s nothing else like it in the world, and won’t be for many many years”.