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Las Vegas residents have waited 10 years for a new hotel-casino to appear on the Strip: Resorts World Las Vegas. After months of delayed construction due to the COVID lockdown, the establishment is finally coming to life thanks to the collaboration between Resorts World, Sceno Plus, AEG and Solotech. This ambitious and long-awaited event venue has been meticulously designed to accommodate any type of event and artist.
This luxury building includes the new flagship theater of the world’s entertainment city: Resorts World Theater. Resorts World Theater aims to provide a world-class experience for all styles, for all programming and for all productions. Its two-way design caters to both the audience and performers.
Its immersive sound system, unique in Las Vegas, includes a 14.1 surround system with 250 L-Acoustics speakers and draws on L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal technology. The viewer is immersed in an unparalleled world of sound: “We wanted to give the audience more than just better sound. We wanted to offer them a totally new experience,” says François Blais, Vice President of Sceno Plus.
As with the rest of the design of the Resorts World Theater, the lighting and imaging teams are also committed to flexibility and creativity. Each individual light can be adapted to the specific needs of each production to make any event unique.
Solotech’s mandate doesn’t end there. Other entertainment venues call this hotel casino home: a nightclub (Zouk), a day club (Ayu), an upscale restaurant (Fuhu) and a gaming bar (Red Tail).
One of the keys to this project’s success is undoubtedly the geographical proximity of Resorts World and Solotech. Since they’re only a few blocks away from each other, Solotech can respond efficiently to all the resort’s product and labour needs.
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