With multiple concert venues on site, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas pairs world-class entertainment with the convenience and splendor of a Las Vegas casino. No matter which concert venue you attend, the Cosmopolitan strives to provide a uniquely intimate setting in which to experience the top musicians in the "Entertainment Capital of the World." Experience the grandeur of this modern Las Vegas landmark by securing The Black Keys tickets for the November 8 concert in 2014.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Seating Information
The majority of the venues at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offer only general admission ticket options. Two such venues are The Belmont (formerly the Chelsea Ballroom) and the Boulevard Pool. The Belmont is an indoor venue, while Boulevard Pool is an outdoor concert space.
By contrast, The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan features mostly reserved seating. Directly in front of the stage is a general admission floor area. Behind this stands the main level of reserved seating with Sections 101-103 curving around the rear of the theater. The gallery stands a level above the ground, featuring Sections 201-206. Along the sides of the theater is a host of VIP gallery boxes that run the length of each wall. The seating layout is subject to change depending on the artist in attendance, so be sure to review the seating chart to see how the venue will be arranged for the Saturday, November 8 show.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas General Information
Age limits may vary from artist to artist, so it is best to check directly with the venue about specific policies for The Black Keys. No outside food and drink, large bags, or signs are permitted in any of the Cosmopolitan venues. Small personal cameras are often permitted without flash; however, the Cosmopolitan never allows professional cameras.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Parking Information
The Cosmopolitan offers both self-parking structures and valet parking. Typically, self-parking is free, while opting for valet parking may incur an extra fee.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Gate Times
Depending on the concert and the venue, doors may open between one to two hours before the start of the performance by The Black Keys.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Accessibility
Parking areas at the Cosmopolitan have designated accessible spaces, but valet parking is also an option at the venue entrance. Accessible seating is normally available at each of the venues, but different artists may have different stage setups that alter accessible seating arrangements. To be certain you're receiving the best available accessible seating for The Black Keys--and to arrange any unique accommodations--contact the venue box office directly.