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About Sphere

Sphere located in the city that never sleeps - Las Vegas -is an experience not to be missed on the iconic Las Vegas strip - definitely one of the coolest and most exciting experiences for the family in this Nevada desert oasis!

The experience at Sphere begins when you meet Aura - a real-life humanoid robot - who is ready to take you on a tour of the future!

From there, you can continue to enjoy you actual Sphere experience. The show changes, so check what's on before you go. If you have flexibility for your visit, see what's on across the month as you might even be lucky enough for U2 themselves to take the stage!

The screen of Sphere is one of the most impressive you will ever see. In fact, you might actually feel like you are in space, or in the mountains, or exploring the wonders of the planet somewhere far from Vegas! A whopping 16K resolution!

Sphere is redefining the future of live entertainment, and with its next-generation technology, you really have to see it to believe it!

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Adults Typically $69 - $249 unless a special show

Children Typically $69 - $249 unless a special show

Last Update 2024

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Sphere FAQ’s

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Sphere?

There are food options within the Sphere, including the ARC Bar, Cantina and Atrium Kitchen.

Any top tips when visiting?

Check if the show you want to see has any age restrictions, as some may

Does Sphere have a gift shop?

Of course there are places to grab that amazing souvenir! It's Vegas after all!

Is Sphere fully accessible?

Accessible seating may be secured through Ticketmaster or by contacting the Sphere Accessibility Services Department

Any additonal information?

You can purchase your tickets online ahead of time, or you can purchase them from the on-site box office. The concierge is open on event days beginning one hour prior to the first show’s start and closes 30 minutes after the last show begins. It is not open on days with no events.