Dolby Live Las Vegas at Park MGM Review

By Jeremy Koering • Updated on May 24, 2022

Dolby Live Las Vegas at Park MGM Review

Dolby Live Las Vegas (formerly Park Theater) is located on The Strip at Park MGM in Las Vegas.

It is home to Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga residencies. Dolby Live also hosts concert tours, national comedians, and more.

Dolby Live at Park MGM Review

Rating: 3.9/5

What We Like

  • The 3 tier theater for live music is one of the best in Las Vegas
  • Excellent Dolby Atmos sound system

What We Don’t Like

  • The theater can get expensive with food, drinks, and parking
  • The concessions are limited

Bottom Line

Dolby Live Las Vegas at Park MGM is a great place to see a concert. The theater has excellent sound quality and a modern design.

The concessions are expensive, but there is a good variety of drinks and snacks. The theater can be expensive with food, drinks, and parking, but it is worth it to see a show at Dolby Live.

What To Expect At Dolby Live Las Vegas

Dolby Live is home to the biggest pop stars in the world including Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga.

The 5,200-seat theater has an incredible Dolby Atmos sound system with a modern design. The three-tier theater is one of the best for live music in Las Vegas.

Where is Dolby Live Theater?

Dolby Live is located near the south end of The Strip in Park MGM at 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.

It is within walking distance of AriaMGM Grand, and New York New York.

How much does parking cost at Dolby LIve?

The theater is located at Park MGM which has valet parking for $18-$30 and self-parking for $12-$15.

What are concession prices like?

Dolby Live concessions are expensive, and you should expect to spend $18 per cocktail and $11 per beer for drinks.

The theater has limited snacks like popcorn and nuts, you should expect to pay $8-$12.

Published on February 25, 2022 by Jeremy Koering