A must-visit live show on the Strip-facing Caesars Palace plaza since 2006, Spiegelworld’s Absinthe has proposed a major upgrade to its outdoor performance tent and plans to install an elaborate new dining and drinking destination that can also be enjoyed by non-ticket holders.
Named the “Green Fairy Garden” in a nod to the botanical beverage that inspired the bawdy production, the new environment will be filled with foliage, greenery, hanging gardens and centered around a 35-foot tall sculpted tree, covered in LED lights that can change the color of every leaf.
Customers will be able to dine from vendors operating out of two modified shipping containers and eat at the communal seating area close to the show’s front entrance, or on elevated bleachers. A walk-up bar is also being added.
For a more exclusive experience, ticket buyers can opt for a “VIP” night out, providing access to a private enclosure with a “secret entrance,” a raised deck, a lounge, and benefit from the dedicated bar service.
The project has been designed by the Fireplay creative studio, a leader in conjuring up immersive concepts for global concert tours, stadium and sporting events and previously part of the team that created the Rose. Rabbit. Lie venue at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, currently host to Spielgelworld’s other Las Vegas show, Opium.
An estimated debut date for the changes have not be revealed, nor potential food and beverage tenants.
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