The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has relaunched with a series of enhancements.
The new enhancements include: the creation of new seating configurations through an automated lift system for a great variety of shows; VIP section transformation; interior design refreshments; and upgrades of audio/visual equipment packages.
The significant technical and design upgrades were unveiled with two sold-out shows. Featuring four-time GRAMMY Award winner Keith Urban and his acclaimed “GRAFFITI U WORLD TOUR,” the performances also marked the first use of the venue’s new general admission capability on the main floor, creating a high-energy entertainment experience for fans.
Presented in partnership with Live Nation and Caesars Entertainment, Urban’s performance also showcased The Colosseum’s new sound system, new moving light fixtures and high-definition LED video wall.
While the newly reimagined landmark venue now features the latest in audio and lighting advancements, entirely refurbished seating, none of which is more than 145 feet from the stage, and the ability for flexible configurations through the city’s only automated lift seating system, the enhanced design of the venue still preserves the ‘integrity, character and prestige’ of the theatre.
In addition to the new general admission floor space capability, the venue now offers VIP banquette seating with cocktail service.
For added convenience, the lobby bar has increased in size, allowing for faster service when ordering specialty cocktails, beverages and snacks, and merchandise areas have moved to better accommodate the flow of guests into the theatre.