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The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
Type: Live Entertainment, Live Music, Venue
Las Vegas' premier music venue, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace has been home to some of the world's greatest entertainers since opening its doors in 2003. It was originally created for Celine Dion's... Read More
Las Vegas' premier music venue, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace has been home to some of the world's greatest entertainers since opening its doors in 2003. It was originally created for Celine Dion's "A New Day..." but has gone on to host more than 2,000 events. In addition to serving as home for several Vegas resident performers, including Celine Dion, Elton John and Mariah Carey, The Colosseum is home to one of the largest indoor, high-definition LED screens in the world: the massive screen stands 110 feet wide by 34 feet tall and weighs 31 tons. There was no expense spared, as the saying goes, to construct a venue worthy of the biggest names in entertainment. Guests reap the benefits of this idea, which no seat being a bad seat, amazing acoustics, and unobstructed views.
- Live Music on the Strip: "Plan to arrive well in advance of show time since it can take quite a bit of time to park, find the venue, go through any security screening and find your seat."
- Best for Live Music on the Strip Because: The Colosseum's hosts some of today's top performers on its impressive stage, and the room's design gives each guest a good view.
- Live Music: "Can't afford an orchestra seat? No problem. There isn't a bad seat in The Colosseum. When seated, no fan is more than 120 feet from the stage."
- Best for Live Music Because: Las Vegas' premier music venue, more than 7 million people have seen a show at The Colosseum.