U2 currently has the residency in Las Vegas’ Sphere, but their spot is up for grabs.
The likes of Sting and The Rolling Stones had been favored with entertainment betting markets, but most of the money has come for Imagine Dragons.
The Vegas natives would be a big attraction to the Sphere, so there is money to be made with betting markets.
Imagine Dragons Bringing Thunder
Imagine Dragons are considered along the same lines as Nickelback in the music community.
The composition is simple, but it’s effective, and everyone knows an Imagine Dragons song, whether they admit it or not.
Not only are they a massive band around the world, but they are even bigger in Las Vegas. They play to sold-out crowds consistently and would make a good fit for the Sphere.
The band that brought hits like Thunder, Demons, and Believer is a good pick in this betting online market, which is largely full of older singers and bands.
Like a Rolling Stone
The Rolling Stones have also attracted attention at +900 with entertainment odds to headline music at the Sphere.
Despite being well past their best, the older bands attract a lot of interest in Las Vegas, particularly with travelers.
Las Vegas would have been a bad place for guys like Keith Richards, but he’s a changed man now.
“The cigarettes I gave up in 2019,” Richards said. “I haven’t touched them since. I gave up heroin in 1978. I gave up cocaine in 2006. I still like a drink occasionally – because I’m not going to heaven any time soon – but apart from that, I’m trying to enjoy being straight. It’s a unique experience for me.”
We see fans from all around the world heading to Vegas to see the Stones, so their odds could firm.
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— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) October 22, 2023
Martin Garrix Spins into Contention
There has been plenty of money with online betting markets for Martin Garrix, who firmed into +600.
The Dutch DJ looks out of place in the market alongside Sting, Dolly Parton, and Peter Gabriel, but we have to respect the odds.
The 27-year-old is a big name in the house genre, but we’re not sure if he’s fitting for a placement at the Sphere.
People in Vegas love to party, don’t get me wrong, but DJs typically like to travel Europe and play festivals, as opposed to being tied down at one venue.
It would get boring for Garrix, and given his age, he wouldn’t want to become a one-venue wonder like Elvis did at the end of his career.
The money would be tough to turn down, and he’s a +600 chance for a reason, so keep him in mind.
The life and times of Britney Spears aren’t easy to follow, but the troubled star is always a fixture around Las Vegas.
She has been through the wringer with legal troubles, but she has seemingly come out the other side a better person.
Having already had a residency in Vegas, we think she’s a good chance to headline music at the Sphere.
The Baby One More Time singer has a plethora of hits to sing during her show, and although her best years are behind her, the same case could be made for most of the betting options.
If she focuses on her music, she could rejuvenate her career. It’s not too late for her, and we expect new music from her soon. It could coincide with a world tour followed by playing at the Sphere.
Given her odds of +3000, we’re happy to take the risk.