Listen to U2’s Final Sphere Concert on Their SiriusXM Channel

Experience the band’s March 2, 2024 show at the immersive Vegas venue on the SiriusXM app.

Matt Simeone
March 18, 2024

U2 wrapped up their history-making Las Vegas residency –  “U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere” – on March 2, 2024. Now, hear the final performance of their 40-show residency, plus Bono, Edge, Adam and Bram sharing the story behind it, only on SiriusXM’s U2 X-Radio (channel 32) for a limited time.

Experience U2’s March 2 concert at the Sphere on the SiriusXM app and web player here now. Not a SiriusXM subscriber? Sign up for a three-month free trial now.

“U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere” kicked off the Sphere, a massive, dome-shaped venue designed for immersive performances, on September 29, 2023, with performances centered on the group’s smash-hit 1991 album, “Achtung Baby.”

Check out audio clips from the performance below.

U2 Sphere Concert March 2, 2024 Tracklist

Pre-Recorded Intro: “Lemon” (Remix)

“Zoo Station”

“The Fly”

“Even Better Than the Real Thing”

“Mysterious Ways”


“Until the End of the World”

“Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses”

“Tryin’ to Throw Your Arms Around the World”

“All I Want is You”


“Angel of Harlem”

“Don’t Dream It’s Over”


“So Cruel”

“Ultra Violet (Light My Way)”

“Love is Blindness”



“Atomic City”


“Where the Streets Have No Name”

“With or Without You”

“Beautiful Day”


About U2 X-Radio

SiriusXM’s U2 X-Radio channel brings you the world of U2. Featuring the songs of a band from the Northside of Dublin. A complete immersion into the music of Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton. The band’s history, idols, influences and current passions. Plus inspiration, conversation, culture, commentary and ideas. U2 X-Radio will introduce listeners to old friends and new stories; as well as artists, writers, thinkers and activists who are changing the world. All curated by U2.

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