Perks, perks, perks
Of course, there's VIP service. Everything in Vegas comes with VIP service. A section dedicated to the wealthy and privileged comes with perfectly level sight lines of the stage, couches and tables, as well as food and beverage minimums. Of course, the whole thing can be bought out -- similar to a skybox -- if the price is right. The VIP area even has its own kitchen, bar, and bottle service attendants. Stevie Nicks and unlimited vodka cranberries is a pretty good combo.
Need a smoke break? There are five outdoor terraces among the three floors. That means you can head out in the open air, preferably with a cocktail from one of seven bars, and soak in the view from the Strip or the T-Mobile Arena across the street. And don't even think about hopping a wall and sneaking into a show through a terrace. "We've got big guys" says Pelletier of the security team, so don't try anything stupid.
As for food, you'll have plenty of snacks to choose from, but for full-blown dinners, guests will be encouraged to try the restaurants next door at The Park outdoor promenade. That includes brats at Beerhaus and sushi at Sake Rok.