The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Review




Last updated on December 20, 2022

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is located on the Las Vegas Strip. It is home to Sting, Keith Urban, and more.

The Colosseum also hosts comedians like Jerry Seinfeld and Jeff Dunham, with occasional special events and tours.

The Colosseum Review

Rating: 3.7/5

What We Like

  • Concerts sound incredible.
  • Not a bad seat in the venue.
  • Music’s best headliners.

What We Don’t Like

  • Concessions are outrageously overpriced.
  • Crowded hallways and restrooms.

Bottom Line

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is a great place to see concerts in Las Vegas. The sound quality is fantastic, and you can’t find a bad seat in the house. The only downside is that the concessions are outrageously overpriced.

The Colosseum is an iconic theater that was Celine Dion’s empire for over a thousand performances. The 4,300 seat venue hosts Rod Stewart, Sting, Keith Urban, and Van Morrison. The room sounds fantastic regardless of where you sit.

Where is The Colosseum?

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is in the heart of The Strip at 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109. It is within walking distance of BellagioFlamingoThe LINQ, and Mirage.

How much does parking cost at The Colosseum?

The Colosseum is located at Caesars Palace which has valet parking for $36-$40 and self-parking for $15-$18.

What are concession prices like?

Concessions at The Colosseum are outrageously expensive. You should expect to spend $20+ per cocktail and $16 per beer. If you want snacks like popcorn, you should expect to pay $10+, which is steep compared to other similar theaters in Las Vegas.