The new Park Theater at the Monte Carlo serves as the gateway to the Las Vegas Strip’s entertainment district and complements the recently opened T-Mobile Arena and the adjacent two-acre Toshiba Plaza. The 5,200-seat venue, with its cutting-edge audio and visual technology, features marquee artists of diverse talents with a dynamic space to create one-of-a-kind productions where every seat allows guests to feel up close and personal. From comedy shows and live concerts, to sporting events and award shows, Park Theater is specially designed with the ability to transform seamlessly for any occasion. For more information, visit: www.montecarlo.com/parktheater, or call (groups) 844.355.4346.
The Academy Museum of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is revitalizing the historic May Company building on Wilshire Blvd. into the world’s leading movie museum in the heart of Los Angeles. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, the six-story Academy Museum will contain state-of-the-art galleries, exhibition spaces, movie theaters, educational areas, and special event spaces. The museum is planned to open in 2019. For more information, visit: www.oscars.org/museum, or call 310.247.3000.
Set to open November 2017 in New York City, the NFL Experience Times Square will bring the world of professional football to life. Including a 4D film with exclusive footage, interactive displays that dive into the NFL training regimen and game plan, physical challenges that allow guests to measure up against the pros, and championship memorabilia, the first-of-its-kind attraction will take fans from the stands to the field. For more information, visit: www.nflexperience.com, or call 646.863.0088.
Also in New York City, launching in fall 2017, National Geographic and SPE Partners will open a groundbreaking walk-through experience in Times Square with its debut attraction called “Ocean Odyssey.” Visitors will be transported to breathtaking places from around the world thanks to virtual reality technologies and interactive “real-time’ audience tracking. For more information, visit: www.natgeoencounter.com.
Visitors to Philadelphia will have another location to enjoy tax-free shopping. Opening in spring 2018, the Fashion Outlets of Philadelphia is one-of-a-kind metropolitan shopping experience bringing the most desired retail brands to an authentic, Center City setting spanning three city blocks. It will be the largest cohesive retail project in downtown Philadelphia. The outlets will be connected to Reading Terminal Market, the Pennsylvania Convention Center, and three transit hubs on Market Street and just steps away from Independence National Park. For more information, visit: www.fashionoutletsphiladelpha.com
NOTE: The Inbound Report will not be published next week; we’ll be in Washington, D.C., covering IPW. Our next publishing date is June 15th.