With over $4.5 billion invested in new landmarks, hotel additions, and improvements to existing venues taking place in 2023 and beyond, Las Vegas is demonstrating its commitment to offering world-class attendee experiences through mind-blowing architecture and cutting-edge technology.
With the addition of the West Hall Expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center, Resorts World Las Vegas – Hilton, Conrad & Crockfords, CAESARS FORUM, The Venetian Resort’s Stella Studio, and others, Las Vegas has added 2 million square feet of new trade show, convention, and meeting space just over the past two years.
According to Lisa Messina, chief sales officer for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, “Vegas is built on reinvention and innovation, never failing to offer something new, exciting, and noteworthy. Our endless array of new venues, experiences, and accommodations continue to deliver on what organisers and attendees expect when they host an event here.”
Now, event organizers may benefit from even more distinctive locations that will shape the future of live events.
MSG Sphere to Redefine Immersive
The $2.1 billion MSG Sphere at the Venetian, which is scheduled to open in 2023, will bring a brand-new, iconic piece to the Las Vegas skyline and be equipped to provide events with a cutting-edge experience. It will be the largest circular structure in the globe, as well as the largest LED screen on Earth, with a fully programmable, 580,000-square-foot exosphere.
iThe theatre will be equipped with the highest resolution LED screen in the world, a 160,000 square foot display plane that will wrap around the audience and provide total immersion through the use of a 4D fragrance and air system, a HOLOPLOT sound system, and other technologies.
With a scalable capacity of up to 20,000 people, the MSG Sphere will contain about 17,500 seats.
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