Las Vegas entertainment venue The Duomo cancels remaining shows

October 31, 2023

The destination opened its doors for live entertainment last year.

The Duomo at the Rio will no longer offer tickets to shows, according to a local Las Vegas Review-Journal report. The showroom is across from Wow Theater adjacent to Rio’s casino floor.

Pompey Entertainment’s Damian Costa did not comment to the Review-Journal on the status of The Duomo Showroom.

Duomo first opened in 2022 and hosted Raiding the Rock Vault as its opening show.

Current shows now listed as canceled include Jennifer Romas’ “Exxcite” female revue, “The Heist,” which is a mob-themed musical production, the “Khoree The Poet” night of spoken word and music and The Chi-Lites, featuring Marshall Thompson.

The Rio is in the process of changing hands, due to a transition to its new owner, Dreamscape Companies. The group assumed control of operations at the Rio in early October.

Dreamscape acquired Rio at the end 2019 from Caesars Entertainment for $516.3m. As part of the deal, Dreamscape leased its operations back to Caesars for a four-year term while the company prepared its renovation plans.

The destination is currently under renovation. The Rio is updating its 150,000-square-foot casino floor, 220,000-square-foot-meeting space and the pool deck, along with it 2,500 suites.

In other Las Vegas news, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace recently held an anniversary celebration, marking 10 years of hospitality. Through a partnership with Caesars Entertainment, the destination first opened in 2013.

Shareholders Nobu Matsuhisa and Meir Teper stopped by the hotel to commemorate the occasion with 300 VIP guests during an exclusive reception-style event in Nobu Restaurant & Lounge. Other notable attendees included Caesars Entertainment executives, Nobu shareholders and Nobu Hospitality CEO Trevor Horwell, who participated in toasting to 10 years on the Las Vegas Strip.


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