MSG Sphere at The Venetian is a sphere-shaped music and entertainment arena being built in Paradise, Nevada, near the Las Vegas Strip and east of the Venetian resort. The 17,500-seat auditorium was initially scheduled to open in 2021, but construction was suspended in April 2020 due to a disruption in the project's supply chain, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Construction resumed later that year, with the opening rescheduled for 2023.
The MSG Sphere arena was announced in February 2018, and is being built in partnership between The Madison Square Garden Company (MSG) and Las Vegas Sands Corporation. The MSG Sphere is located east of Las Vegas Sands' Venetian resort and just off the Las Vegas Strip. The sphere-shaped venue will have a capacity of 17,500 and feature the world's largest LED screen. Las Vegas Sands contributed the 18-acre (7.3 ha) site for the project. The sphere was designed by Populous. The property will include 304 parking spaces, while additional spaces will be available at the parking garages for the nearby Venetian, Palazzo, and Sands Expo.
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