To celebrate Mexican Independence Day, world-renowned artist Plácido Domingo will perform at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Tuesday, Sept. 15.
Tickets will go on-sale beginning Friday, June 26 at 10 a.m. The one-night engagement is presented jointly by AEG Live and Caesars Entertainment.
Tickets may be purchased in person at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Box Office, by calling 866-320-9763 or online by visiting www.thecolosseum.com or www.axs.com. Ticket prices are $500/ $250/ $200/ $150/ $79.50 (prices include 10% Live Entertainment Tax). Orders are subject to additional service charges and fees. For groups of 10 or more, call 866-574-3851. Showtime is 8 p.m.
Plácido Domingo is a world-renowned, multifaceted artist. Recognized as one of the finest and most influential singing actors in the history of opera, he is also a respected conductor and a major force in his role as General Director of Los Angeles Opera. Domingo has been at home on the world’s stages for over half a century, with over 800 performances at the Metropolitan Opera alone. He has sung over 145 roles, both as tenor and baritone, with more than 3,500 career performances and more than 100 recordings of complete operas, compilations of arias and duets and crossover discs. His work in the recording studio has earned him 12 Grammy Awards, three of which are Latin Grammys, and he has made more than 50 music videos. His appearances around the world with his colleagues Jose Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti in the now legendary ‘The Three Tenors’ concerts are one of the great musical success stories of the 1990s.
Domingo has conducted more than 500 opera performances and symphonic concerts with the Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden, Vienna Staatsoper, LA Opera, Chicago Symphony, Vienna Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony, National Symphony, London Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic and Berlin Philharmonic, among others.
Newsweek and other international publications have fittingly described Domingo as “the King of Opera,” “a true renaissance man in music,” and “the greatest operatic artist of modern times.”
For more information visit www.placidodomingo.com