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Las Vegas showrooms will undergo makeovers

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace has reopened after being closed for two months. The Colosseum’s floor was reconfigured via an automated lift system to allow more flexibility (namely, general-admission standing room in front of the stage when desirable, but seats when not). In addition, more rows of VIP seating were added, along with upgraded video screens and more bars. The number of seats overall dropped to 4,450 from 4,500, but room was created for 380 general-admission concertgoers on the floor. Keith Urban christened the relaunch of the arena, which opened in 2003 for Celine Dion’s first residency.

Magic at Bally’s: The new name of the old Windows Showroom at Bally’s is The Magic Attic. Touted as “an intimate entertainment experience and an ideal space for magical productions and illusionists,” the venue features an all-magic lineup, currently hosting Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream, Paranormal Mind Reading Magic and Potted Potter.

Rampart Buffet: After a four-month renovation, the old Rampart Buffet has been replaced by the new Market Place Buffet, with action cooking stations and outdoor-patio dining. Located in the far northwest part of the valley, the Rampart offers one of the few Las Vegas buffets with an ongoing Hawaiian specialty night, which runs on Wednesdays.

Coke at the stadium: Allegiant Stadium will offer Coca-Cola products exclusively after signing a founding partnership deal with Coca-Cola bottling company. Work on the future home of the Las Vegas Raiders is scheduled to be completed in time for the start of the 2020 season.

Question: What happened to the Hooters casino near the Strip?

Answer: After being sold to Oyo Hotels and Homes, a quick transformation was made in signage to OYO. Despite the name appearing on the main marquee, however, the new brand won’t be officially launched as OYO Hotel & Casino Las Vegas until the end of the year.

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