Bono dedicates song to Jill Biden at final Sphere residency performance

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Bono Honors Women at U2’s Final Show at The Sphere in Las Vegas

U2’s final performance at The Sphere in Las Vegas this weekend was a celebration not just of their music but also of the women who have made a significant impact on their lives. The band’s residency, which commenced in September, culminated in a weekend of star-studded shows.

Bono, U2’s lead vocalist, took a moment during their performance of “All I Want Is You” to acknowledge the presence of one extraordinary woman in the audience. He explained the origin of the song’s lyrics, admitting his arrogance for attempting to write from a female perspective. However, he dedicate this performance to all the remarkable women in their lives, both personal and professional.

Women in U2’s Lives

Bono expressed his gratitude to partners, mothers, and daughters. He acknowledged the women on U2’s crew and those in attendance who have touched their lives in meaningful ways. Additionally, he recognized the strength and resilience of women around the world facing challenging circumstances.

A Special Dedication to Jill Biden

Bono made a special mention of one woman in particular, Jill Biden, who was present at the event. As the First Lady of the United States, she holds an esteemed position and continues to inspire many with her dedication to education and improving lives.

The Magnificence of The Sphere

The Sphere, a $2.3 billion development by Madison Square Garden Entertainment, is the world’s largest spherical structure at 366 feet tall and 516 feet wide. With enough space to accommodate the entire Statue of Liberty, base to torch, this partially hollow arena is an engineering marvel that has hosted U2’s final shows in Las Vegas.

This concludes our coverage of U2’s final performances at The Sphere, a celebration of music and the powerful influence of women in their lives.