Caesars Entertainment has today announced that it is the first gaming and entertainment company to restart its live entertainment in Las Vegas following a prolonged period of downtime due to Coronavirus.
A selection of the firms world class shows are returning to the Las Vegas Strip after the successful reopening of many of its casinos and hotel establishments.
Jason Gastwirth of Caesars Entertainment commented on the news:
“Live entertainment is an important part of the Las Vegas experience that makes visiting this city so special, and we are thrilled that we can be first to offer it to our guests again.
In collaboration with our entertainment partners and with the support of governing officials, we are happy to lead the city with an enhanced health and safety plan that will put our team members back to work and keep our guests comfortable while enjoying these popular shows once again.”
Applicable guidelines have been laid out by government and health officials in order to ensure the safe restarting of such events and shows so that guests can feel comfortable and relaxed.
Measures include health screenings, non-contact temperature checks and social distancing protocols along with mandatory masks for employees and guests.
Caesars Entertainment is a leader in gaming and hospitality and many of its casino establishments will be housing first performances of many loved and popular shows and events over the next two week period.
Venues restarting live entertainment include: Harrah’s, Caesars Palace and Flamingo.