Colosseum revamp

At Caesars Palace

After 7 weeks of intensive remodeling and transformation under Scéno Plus supervision, the following improvements have been completed:

  • revision of seating layout and creation of new configurations
  • VIP section refurbishment and addition of a new VIP experience closer to the stage
  • seats revamping for increased comfort
  • interior design finishes refreshment inside the theatre,
  • replacement of all specialized equipment
  • addition of a new orchestra lift in front of stage

Discover the new Colosseum at Caesars Palace (2019) - Credit Scéno Plus

  • Context

    • Prized for its great qualities of proximity to the public, technical equipment and acoustics, the Colosseum has hosted many internationally renowned artists, including Céline Dion, who opened this hall in 2003.
    • With 16 years of intense activity that have seen Cher, Bette Midler, Elton John and Rod Stewart, to name a few, Caesars Entertainment decided at the end of 2018 to renovate and modernize the Colosseum once Celine Dion's residence was completed in July 2019.
    • Objective: complete the renovation and technical upgrading work within a timeframe of only 7 weeks.
  • VIP experience

    • A new design has been created for the existing VIP section at orchestra level and the existing seats have been modernised.
    • A brand-new VIP section with bottle service is added at the foot of the stage for greater proximity with the artists. Located on a new stage lift, this section can offer a sitting experience, on ultra-comfortable seats, or a standing experience in the heart of the action.
  • New stage lift

    • The front part of the orchestra - which is also the new VIP area - now features a stage lift that allows to vary the level of this section and offer a sitting or flat floor configuration.
    • Loading Capacity :183,000 lbs static/61,000 lbs. live
  • Stage equipment

    • Sound, lighting and video systems have all been upgraded and replaced by state-of-the-art equipment
    • A new 5.5 mm LED screen measuring 110'-0'' X 36'-0''replaces the original display and doubles the resolution, thus improving the transmission of stage performances.

The venue during Keith Urban's stage performance - Photo credit Denise Truscello