Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Plans 50th Anniversary Celebration

Caesars Anniversary
Photo by Erik Kabik

The acclaimed Caesars Palace of Las Vegas has a big reason to celebrate this August: their 50th anniversary. The two-day celebration will be held August 5 and 6, complete with a celebratory pool party, champagne toast and fireworks, hosted by celebrity guest Gordon Ramsay.

Throughout the day on August 5 there will be a birthday pool party for hotel guests at the Garden of The Gods Pool Oasis. The public fireworks display will begin at 10:20 p.m. that evening.

On August 6, Caesars is hosting a Grand Gala event for invited VIP guests. The evening will be headlined by Tony Bennett, the only performer to ever be offered a lifetime contract to perform at the hotel. Comedian and actor Howie Mandel who hosted Caesars 30th Anniversary television special in 1996 will host the event, featuring appearances and performances by past and present Caesars headliners like Wayne Newton, Donnie and Marie Osmond, Matt Goss and The Righteous Brothers.

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Over the course of the night Caesars Palace will be honoring those who have shaped the history of the Palace. Honorees include Gordon Ramsay, the Jay Sarno family, the Knievel family, Larry Ruvo and more.

As part of its Summer of Caesars celebration, the resort is offering free, self-guided walking photo tours and exhibits featuring the most memorable moments and people throughout Caesars history though August.

Rooms for the celebration are still available. Visit caesars.com/CP50 to make reservations.

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