MGM Resorts Set to Build a New Theater at Monte Carlo

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MGM Resorts International has announced plans to build a 5,000-seat theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. The new theater will host concerts by many of today’s celebrated musicians.

The new theater is set to be built adjacent to The Park and 20,000-seat arena under construction now on Las Vegas Blvd. The Park and arena are set to open in April 2016 and the Monte Carlo theater plans to have its first show at the end of 2016.

“This new theater will enable us to host performers in Las Vegas who we previously haven’t had a home for, broadening our entertainment offerings and providing the opportunity to expand those relationships to our properties around the globe,” said Bill Hornbuckle, president, MGM Resorts International.


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In other entertainment news from MGM, the Blue Man Group will move its performances to Luxor this fall, where they originally performed in Las Vegas. Jabbawockeez will move performances to the MGM Grand.

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