Zappos Theater (Planet Hollywood)

The Zappos Theater is an amazing place to catch a show, with great sound and lighting and no bad seats.

Jeremy K.

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Jeremy K.

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Last updated on November 16, 2022

Zappos Theater is an amazing place to catch a show! It’s located at Planet Hollywood, one of the best hotels in Las Vegas. The theater primarily hosts resident artists and major music tours and concerts. The sound and lighting are always top-notch, and there’s not a bad seat in the house.

What To Expect At Zappos Theater

Currently Zappos Theater is hosting Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, and Jeff Dunham as resident artists. The theater also has big concert tours.

Seating

My ticket for Pitbull was in the general admission pit. I still rave about the concert to this day. While I don’t listen to Pitbull much, I knew it would be a party in Las Vegas.

The theater is huge. It can hold upwards of 7,000 people. If you read reviews online, you’ll find most seats have a good view. Some complaints start when you’re in the upper balconies at the back and when you’re on the sides of the theater. I would recommend getting the most central ticket you can afford. Obviously, the closer the better.

If you’re in the lower sections, be prepared to walk a lot to the bathroom and bars. It’s a long way down without an easy way to go back up.

Food & Drink

I went to see Pitbull at Zappos Theater and the drink prices were outrageous, but that’s pretty normal inside concert venues in Las Vegas. A 24-ounce can of beer was $18, specialty cocktails were $22 to $36, and wine was somewhere in between.

Regardless, it’s really expensive, I’d recommend doing some drinks at Blue Moon Bar outside the venue or even grabbing a Fat Tuesday beforehand. They offer popcorn, but most guests are dissatisfied with it.

If you’re looking for something to eat, there are plenty of restaurants at Planet Hollywood and in the Miracle Mile Shops that offer pre-show dining specials. All in all, the food and drink prices at Zappos Theater are pretty typical for a Vegas show, so be prepared to spend a bit if you want to enjoy the full experience.

Parking

Planet Hollywood charges guests for both valet and self-parking, on special event weekends and holidays, rates may be higher than normal. But it’s worth it to have peace of mind knowing your car is safely parked while you enjoy the show.