Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace is one of the most beloved venues for performances of any kind. This "Sin City" venue has played host to dozens of famous acts including musicians, comedians, and notable speakers, and this year, Rod Stewart will take the stage on September 30. Find important details regarding your next visit below.
Caesars Palace Seating Information
The Caesars Palace seating area is broken into three sections: orchestra, first mezzanine, and second mezzanine. The orchestra features sections 2-6, with the double letter rows in the lower area and the single letter rows in the upper area. The first and second mezzanines offer sections 1-7. On occasion, private orchestra boxes and mezzanine boxes may be available. Four private boxes lie in the orchestra behind the lower section four and the upper sections three and five. Four boxes are available in the first mezzanine, behind boxes two, three, five, and six. Finally, the second mezzanine has two private boxes behind sections one and seven.
Caesars Palace General Information
Caesars Palace does not allow any type of recording equipment or professional cameras, but personal cameras used without flash are generally acceptable. Outside food and beverages are prohibited. Usually children older than two require a ticket.
Caesars Palace Parking Information
Guests at Caesars Palace events are admitted into the hotel parking garage, with entrances located just off Las Vegas Boulevard.
Caesars Palace Gate Times
For most performances, doors at Caesars Palace open one hour prior to the start of a show.
Caesars Palace Accessibility
The staff at Caesars Palace makes every effort to provide accessibility to all patrons. To ensure a hassle-free visit, contact a venue representative prior to the performance by Rod Stewart.