$75m deal will bring theatre to casinos as Caesars partners with Spiegelworld

Three live entertainment venues are getting renovations with Caesars Entertainment and Spiegelworld partnership.
Three live entertainment venues are getting renovations with Caesars Entertainment and Spiegelworld partnership.

Caesars Entertainment will add theaters in its casinos in New Orleans, Las Vegas and Atlantic City.

US.- Caesars Entertainment is teaming up with Spiegelworld to collectively invest nearly $75m in a project that includes theatres and dining rooms for Caesars Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City and The Tropicana. All phases of renovations are likely to be finished in 2024.

The two companies’ expanded relationship will see a new production open in the fourth quarter of 2022, DiscoShow at the Linq Hotel plus Experience in Las Vegas. This will be the starter of the project. 

Anthony Carano, President and COO for Caesars said to The Associated Press: “Las Vegas, Atlantic City and New Orleans are the country’s modern-day entertainment and sports capitals, and as we roll out our vision for the incredible reinventions of our properties in New Orleans and Atlantic City, we are delighted to add Spiegelworld’s eye for creative experiences to our plans.”

For Ross Mollison, Impresario Extraordinaire of Spiegelworld, the three new venues and productions are expected to represent the future of live entertainment: “The combination of live entertainment, integrated dining, beverage programs and art specially commissioned is to create an intimate, immersive, surprising total night out which is unique to each city, he said.

The renovation’s first phase will start with Caesars and Harrah’s Resort, and is said to cost approximately $170m. Finally, the third project is planned for Caesars Palace New Orleans, and it’s set to have a new show and a theatre in 2024, and this new development is part of the casino’s renovation, which costs $325m.

The new theatre for Caesars Atlantic City is said to incorporate Warner Theater’s 1929 facade. At the moment, the facade is part of the Boardwalk-facing part of the casino and it is included in the $400m makeover that Caesars promised to complete in the three casinos that it owns in Atlantic City.

In this article:
Atlantic City Caesars Entertainment las vegas new orleans Spiegelworld