A taste of Hollywood magic makes its way to Las Vegas next year when The Linq Promenade debuts the $100 million Kind Heaven. The 100,000-square-foot project wraps the space between The Linq and the Flamingo with a Southeastern Asia adventure through culture and fashion, music and food, and mystery and danger.
Lollapalooza founder and Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell teamed up with Miramax president Cary Grant, and Star Wars visual effects pioneer Ed Jones on this Caesars Entertainment project that promises an immersive 360-degree entertainment hub.
By day, the experience will offer kid-friendly adventures, while by night, adult-only options fill the space. Kind Heaven’s founders plans to feature a number of journeys “from dark and mysterious back alleys to a Forest Temple and beautiful sanctuary.” At every turn, different food, drink, and entertainment experiences will be available for purchase.
Jones calls Kind Heaven “…a new transitory experience and art form, not to mention a quantum leap forward from the traditional theme park experience.”
Kind Heaven plans to pair radio-frequency technology and advanced wearable tech that will create a “personalized experience for each visitor.”
Patrons pay via cash-free purchases of food, beverage, and retail sales, which will bring some premium Asian brands that are not currently available in the United States.