GALLERY | Your first look inside The Park Theater at Monte Carlo

The technical achievements of the 5,200-seat Park Theater are demonstrated during a press preview of the new theater at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. The Park Theater opens on Dec. 17 with Stevie Nicks and The Pretenders. CREDIT: Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau

A new theater on the Strip is aiming to give customers an arena like feel in a smaller space.

The Park Theater inside of the Monte Carlo is set to open on Saturday, December 17.

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The $90-million-dollar project seats 5,200 people and features modern technology like an 80 x 40 foot LED wall with 5.2. millimeter - 4K resolution to create an immersive audio-visual experience.

The venue compliments the recently opened T-Mobile Arena, Toshiba Plaza, and The Park. Rather than competing for guests, The Park Theater and T-Mobile actually have the capability to work together on shows.

One representative tells us, that a fiber connectivity from The Park Theater to the T-Mobile Arena will allow them to work together for events like televised award shows.

“Say for example, the Billboard Music Awards come back here and they want to do something with this as a B-stage or we want to do something in connection with T-Mobile; we have the ability of connection via fiber to coordinate both of those events,” said Steve Pelletier, Director of Event Production of The Park Theater.

Acts like Stevie Nicks, Bruno Mars, and Kat Williams are already set to perform at The Park Theater. Representatives say the possibility of hosting other events like UFC matches and traveling performances is currently being discussed.

Doors will officially open to the public next Saturday on December 17, where Stevie Nicks will take the stage to kick off its performance season.

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