Madison Square Gardens Plans Insane Sphere Concert Venue in Vegas

On Thursday at Radio City Music Hall, James Dolan unveiled a futuristic plan for a new arena. Dolan is the head honcho for , arguably the world’s best arena, right in the heart New York City. The new arena will be the ‘MSG Sphere‘, an 18,500 seat venue to be built in Las Vegas. The arena is due to be completed by 2020, only two years away.  Dolan said, “No longer is the venue a place to spectate. It’s a place to go and participate”. The concept is that the performers and audience being more connected through the next generation transformative, immersive experiences.

According to , “The venues’ features are expected to include a spherical shape, which will become the main attraction MSG Sphere venues; ridiculous VIP-type amenities options a height more than 360 feet and equator width more than 500 feet. Technologies will include a fully programmable exterior, creating a digital showcase for brands, artists, events, and partners; an interior bowl that features the largest and highest current resolution media display; a custom spherical camera system; a dynamically adaptive acoustics system that will deliver crystal-clear audio to every guest; and a new architecture for wireless connectivity.”

This is flat out awesome. In an age constantly changing technology, Madison Square Garden honcho James Dolan has put his money into music. You know that dance music and technology go hand in hand, with a large amount producers bringing an excellent live show. Las Vegas is a forefront for big names, and you can expect the sphere to be a new type live entertainment that will once again bring dance music to a whole new level in live show experience.