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Las Vegas is getting INSANE new sphere attraction

Las Vegas is getting INSANE new sphere attraction

The Sphere at the Venetian Resort in Paradise, Nevada, is making waves on social media — and for good reason.

At 366 feet tall and 516 feet wide, it’s the largest spherical structure in the world. It’s also been billed as the world’s largest video screen, which lit up for the first time in celebration of the Fourth of July.

The Sphere will serve as a venue for performers like U2, who are set to officially open the Sphere to the public on September 29th.

Keith Malinak and Pat Gray impressed.

“It looks like an AI painting,” Malinak gushes. “I’d love to go there,” Gray says in awe.

However, the Sphere has some competition.

Moon World Resorts Inc. has announced plans for a $5 billion, 5.5-million-square-foot hotel that will be opening in Las Vegas by 2026 or 2027.

The signature feature will be a replica of the moon standing at 735 feet tall and 650 feet wide, and for just $500 guests will be able to walk on an “authentic” lunar surface in an “active lunar colony.”

“Las Vegas has really become the Disney World of adults,” Gray comments, adding that “in ‘27 when the moon thing opens — I definitely am going to that.”

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