A new experience at Area15 combines art with cocktails and even food during football games. QuantumPlate by Gallerie 360 inside The Portal — Area15’s 360-degree, 3D projection-mapped room — features a 30-minute light and sound exhibition by digital artists Darpan and Max Cooper that merges art and technology inside 7,500 square feet of space.
Open to guests of all ages, Gallerie 360 provides the perfect setting for individuals or groups seeking to transport into a new dimension while sipping on handcrafted cocktails or non-alcoholic beverages. A $20 ticket to the show includes entry and a cocktail for those 21 and over or a non-alcoholic beverage for those under age 21.
During Las Vegas Raiders games, the space turns into a viewing party with the football game wrapping around customers. The viewing party features special half-time surprises, trivia contests, swag giveaways, and socially distanced, lounge-style seating with table-side service. Food and drink comes from Todd English and his Beast Pop-Up Food Experience. A table for two to four people can be reserved with a food and beverage minimum starting at $150.
Area15 itself is free to enter, but does require advance registration. Masks are required.
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