Construction is nearly complete on the new Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino. Set to open December 17, the new 5,300 seat theater will debut with Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders.
As construction winds down along Park Avenue, Park Theater is the first step in the recently announced reimagination of Monte Carlo. The transformation, taking place over the next two years, will include two distinct hotel experiences – a Las Vegas version of the Sydell Group’s famed NoMad Hotel and the launch of a new luxury hotel named Park MGM.
Just six weeks before doors open at the new theater, QVegas toured the construction site with Dan Bernbach, Park Theater’s Executive Director and General Manager. Adjacent to The Park and the new 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena, the theater will complete the multi-year construction along the corridor between New York New York and Monte Carlo.
The theater will offer dynamic seating that allows for easy transformation into multiple configurations, reflecting the flexibility of the space. State-of-the-art audio, lighting, and projection systems will bring the venue to life, featuring projection mapping technology, an 80x40 foot LED screen capable of displaying 4K video, and a speaker system camouflaged by a projection screen that surrounds the proscenium.
The Park Theater will be accessible from inside Monte Carlo. Guests will enter through a luxuriously designed lobby surrounded by gold paneled walls and three glass chandeliers.
The Park Theater project is wholly owned by MGM Resorts International. Displacing the former Lance Burton/Blue Man Group theater, the new venue will create dozens of new jobs.
Through marketing partnerships with AEG Live and Live Nation, Park Theater is expected to attract amazing shows and entertainers in the coming years. With Stevie Nicks, Bruno Mars, and Cher leading the lineup, Park Theater is already off to a great start.