Located at Park MGM, Dolby Live Theater (formerly Park Theater) is a concert hall that primarily features the biggest music acts. It has also hosted comedians and sporting events (including a basketball game). Here’s what you need to know before you go.
What To Expect
Dolby Live Theater is a well-organized concert hall with great acoustics. The entry and exit are well-organized, with plenty of stairs and escalators to get around. The seating is comfortable with enough leg room. Generally, the views are good from any location.
Food & Drinks
If you’re planning on catching a show at the Dolby Live Theater in Las Vegas, be prepared to shell out some serious cash for concessions. Like most event venues in Las Vegas, drink prices are outrageously overpriced. You should expect to spend a minimum of $20 per drink. Even bottled water will cost $8. The only food offered at Dolby Live Theater is popcorn and mixed nuts.
I’d recommend checking out Beerhaus or Eataly before the show for food.
Most people who have seen a show at Dolby Live say that there really isn’t a bad seat in the house. The theater is designed so that everyone has a great view of the stage, no matter where they’re sitting. That said, if you’re looking for the absolute best seats in the house, you’ll want to be as close to center stage as possible. The further back and to the sides you go, the more your view will be obstructed.
If you’re on a budget or if tickets are sold out for center stage seats, don’t worry – you’ll still have an amazing time at the show. Remember, it’s a very large concert hall, holding nearly 5,200 people. So even if you’re sitting towards the back of the theater, you’ll still be close enough to see and enjoy the performance.
Overall, Dolby Live Theater is a great place to see a show. The theater offers good acoustics and comfortable seating with very few bad seats in the house. However, be prepared to spend a lot of money on food and drinks inside the theater. If you’re looking for an enjoyable concert experience, then check out Dolby Live Theater.