For music fans and musicians alike, River Spirit Casino’s Paradise Cove offers an intimate, comfortable and technologically exciting venue for the concert experience, while still providing enough seating and equipment to draw in A-list entertainers. The theater seats between 2,500 to 3,000 people, plus VIP suites and special areas for parties, depending on the type of event.
Tulsa can’t get enough of good entertainment. Whether it’s sports, music, interactive theater, comedy or other types of performance, you can find it all and more at Paradise Cove — the performance venue at River Spirit Casino Resort.
There are a lot of reasons to make a visit to Paradise Cove besides the stellar entertainment. Pat Crofts, CEO of Muscogee (Creek) Nation Casinos describes the Facility: “We have the latest, state-of-the-art lighting, sound, audio and visual,” says Crofts. “Paradise Cove is built like a performing arts center with rising aisles of seats similar to venues such as the Tulsa Performing Arts Center or the Hollywood Bowl in smaller form. Along with “big bowl” seating that promises good viewing, the design of the roof incorporates a special structure and insulation that eliminates outside sounds like wind and rain.”
The theater seats between 2,500 to 3,000 people, plus VIP suites and special areas for parties, depending on the type of event.
“The theater is more than double the size of the old events center,” Crofts says.
Picture big video displays on the walls, as well as oversized seats that are wider and provide more legroom than the average concert venue. For music fans and musicians alike, it all adds up to an intimate, comfortable and technologically exciting venue for the concert experience, while still providing enough seating and high-tech equipment to draw in A-list entertainers.
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