Dolby Live at Park MGM

Las Vegas, Nevada

A Detailed Overview of Dolby Live

Back in July 2015, MGM Resorts International and entertainment company AEG announced ambitious plans to build a new theater as part of major renovations underway at the aging Monte Carlo hotel and casino. Their vision was to build a spot that would attract the biggest music stars to the Las Vegas Strip.

Fast forward to November 2nd, construction crews mobilized on the site of the old Lance Burton Theatre and broke ground on the new “MGM Resorts Theater,” kicking off an intense year-long building project budgeted at $90 million. 

After 12 industrious months, the venue was ready for its premiere. On December 17th, 2016, acclaimed singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks inaugurated the magnificent new space, now able to accommodate over 6,400 cheering fans. With its expansive 135-foot wide by 40-foot deep stage and towering 80-foot wide ultra-high-definition LED screen, the theater boasted a production capability that would allow performers’ artistry and showmanship to shine.

In October 2021, after making its mark on the Strip’s entertainment scene for five years, the theater entered a new era, taking on the name “Dolby Live” as part of a partnership deal with audio technology leaders Dolby Laboratories. Dolby lived up to its reputation for a high-quality and innovative audio experience and outfitted the space with a cutting-edge Dolby Atmos sound system, making Dolby Live the first theater of its kind.

Performances to Remember

Dolby Live has had the privilege of hosting some of the biggest names in music, and many of their concerts are running to date. Some of the notable ones include Lady Gaga at Enigma + Jazz & Piano, which started back in 2018. 

Dive into an unforgettable concert experience at Dolby Live at Park MGM and feel the energy of live music like never before – book your tickets now!