U2 are coming to Vegas, baby! As NME points out, the Irish rock legends revealed in a Super Bowl ad that they are launching their long-rumored residency at the high-tech MSG Sphere. The venue is set to feature 160,000 square feet of video viewing space, state-of-the-art spatial audio, and an “exterior exosphere” that changes the building’s look via LED technology.

The band teased the announcement on social media today. They’re is reportedly planning a “multi-show residency” with concerts spaced out over the course of several months.

On St. Patrick’s Day, U2 will release Songs Of Surrender, a collection of 40 re-recorded tracks from across their career, designed as a companion piece to Bono’s recent memoir.