The Colosseum at Caesars Palace showcased its new design upgrades this past weekend during two sold-out Keith Urban shows.
The gigs, which took place on September 6 and 7, were a part of the country star’s Graffiti U World Tour and features the venue’s new general admission capability on the main floor. The Colosseum also unveiled its new state-of-the-art sound system, new moving light fixtures, and a high-definition LED video wall. Fans can now enjoy refurbished seats – that are no more than 145 feet from the stage – as well as the latest in audio and lighting advancements. The lobby has increased in size and new VIP banquette seating will be available with cocktail service.
While these new features are in place, the venue still “preserves the integrity, celebrated character, and prestige of the iconic theater,” a press release notes.
Urban, who provided the audience with performances of some of his greatest hits like “The Fighter,” “Never Comin Down,” and “Stupid Boy,” will now join the list of stars who have graced the legendary venue over the past few years. He shared a video highlights moments from the pair of shows on Twitter:
— Keith Urban (@KeithUrban) September 8, 2019
Since its opening in 2003, the 4,300-seat Colosseum has hosted artists like Sting, Rod Stewart, Mariah Carey, and Brooks & Dunn. Later this year, the venue will feature shows from A-list performers like Rod Steward, Enrique Iglesias, Guns N’ Roses, Madonna, and Mariah Carey. Journey will close out the year with four shows in December, followed by Van Morrison, Jeff Dunham, and Sting shows in 2020.