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Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Ticket Information Since opening in 2010, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has established itself as a major force on The Strip. Numerous venues are peppered throughout the contemporary hotel and casino, making the Cosmopolitan a hub for entertainment in this vibrant city. From a spacious ballroom (The Belmont) to a modern, elegant theater (The Chelsea), the Cosmopolitan is equipped to present a variety of concert and theater events, from Bill Burr to John Legend. Pinpoint an upcoming performance by filtering the list above through options like event date, category, or performer. Click the red button next to a listing to sort through available Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas tickets for that event. To secure the seats you want, log into or create an account with Vivid Seats, fill in your purchasing preferences, and click “Place Order.” If you have any lingering questions about your transaction, call us at 866.848.8499 or connect online with the Live Chat service. Open seven days a week, our customer service center boasts one of the most knowledgeable and dedicated staffs in the industry.

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Seating Information As the Cosmopolitan houses several different venues, the seating arrangement will vary from show to show. Many venues are general admission, but some—like The Chelsea—offer an array of reserved seating options. To simplify your search, Vivid Seats provides not only a seating chart customized for each event, but also a venue guide that describes the details of each unique space. Both of these helpful tools will appear on the screen after you select the “Tickets” button.

Concerts at Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

One of Las Vegas’ most chic destinations, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas stands as a hot spot for dining and entertainment in “Sin City.” Inside the Cosmopolitan is The Chelsea, one of the city’s most buzz-worthy concert venues. The concert hall opened in 2014 with performances from pop star Bruno Mars. Since then dozens of celebrated performers have graced The Chelsea’s stage.

If you’re ready to make your way to the venue, check out a schedule of Cosmopolitan concerts for the months ahead. If you need more guidance on choosing seats, you can keep reading this guide for a breakdown of different seating options at The Chelsea.

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Seating Chart

The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan is divided into four different areas. The options closest to and farthest from the stage--the Floor and the Gallery--are typically arranged as general admission areas, while the central 100 and 200 Levels most often offer reserved seating. Note that any general admission area will likely not offer physical seats, so you’ll be standing during the entire performance.

View the photo below to get a feel for how the different levels are laid out:


The Chelsea Seating Chart


Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Floor Seating Views

The Floor Level is generally laid out at a general admission area. This means any fan attending Cosmopolitan concerts can get in the front row for the show, but you should expect to arrive early if you want to get these prime seats.



Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 100 and 200 Level Views

The 100 and 200 Level Views are the central options available on The Chelsea seating chart. These two levels are elevated above the floor, so you can more easily see the stage and the performer or band you’re there to watch.

Here’s a video taken from seats in the 100 Level:



In the fan-uploaded photo below, you can see what a view of the stage looks like from the 200 Level.


The Chelsea Seating Views


Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Gallery Seating Views

The upper level at The Chelsea is the Gallery. This level on the Cosmopolitan seating chart is usually configured as a general admission space. If you choose seats in this upper level, you’ll have a great view of the whole venue from up high, but you’ll want to arrive early to be close to the front of the section.