Las Vegas’ hottest new live entertainment venue, the T-Mobile Arena, has finally opened after much anticipation. With 20,000 seats, this is now the largest live entertainment venue in Sin City and will go a long way to ensure top performing acts add a stop here whenever they tour the country.
Located just west off The Strip, the T-Mobile Arena is the crown jewel of MGM Resort’s $100 million new area dubbed, The Park, which sits in-between the New York New York hotel and Monte Carlo. The Park is just what Sin City needs and is a beautiful park-esque area that you can walk through and grab a bite to eat at one of the new restaurants or sample craft beer at Beerhaus before you catch a show. But what’s really going to get people flocking to this area are all the amazing shows that are coming to the T-Mobile Arena. Local heroes turned big-time rockers, The Killers played the grand-opening concert and had a little help from their Sin City friends, Wayne Newton, The Blue Man Group and Imagine Dragons. Nicki Minaj and Ariane Grande performed the following night and the eagerly anticipated 2-night Guns ‘N Roses reunion concerts sold out months ago. Sports fans in Las Vegas are hoping that the T-Mobile Arena will be able to lure a new NHL team in the coming year, finally ensuring that the state of Nevada is home to a professional team.
For their food and beverage options, T-Mobile Arena partnered with the gourmet Levy Restaurants and master mixologist, Tony Abou-Ganin to deliver an unprecedented craft cocktail and food experience for patrons to enjoy each night. “People come from all over the world to experience Las Vegas mixology and dining, “ said Tony Abou-Ganim in a statement. “We’re bringing that level of precision and hospitality to T-Mobile Arena, giving each guest a Vegas-worthy experience.” Indeed, you’ve never experienced anything like this at a major sports and entertainment venue. In addition to Abou-Ganim’s signature cocktails, each comes with artisanal ice that is customized into shapes of diamonds, spheres and more, serving as the perfect compliment to the drink. There are also playful twists on the yard-long frozen cocktails that are so popular on The Strip, albeit with a premium slant. Vegas bottle service has also been redefined here, as it’s dubbed “punch service” as VIP suites have access to punch cocktails served from a crystal bowl and barware that has all the extravagance that Las Vegas is known for. Should you want to socialize in a more intimate setting, the ultra-hip, Hyde Lounge is here to provide the perfect place to do so. Make no mistake, this is not a nightclub and you will actually be able to hold conversations here while listening to surprise musical performances and top DJs.
The T-Mobile Arena and The Park development are among the most exciting new developments to hit Sin City in years. As Vegas entertainment and especially nightlife continues to evolve, having a proper arena that can accommodate the world’s biggest stars and a potential professional sports team, there are going to be a lot more reasons for people to come to town.
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