On October 28th, Adults will Officially Be Able To Swim In America’s Largest Pool Amphitheater

Circa Las Vegas Will Have the Largest Pool Amphitheater in the World

On October 28th, Las Vegas history will be made when America’s largest pool amphitheater opens up in Downtown Las Vegas. When adults-only resort Circa Las Vegas opens, it will become the new shining beacon of downtown Las Vegas, exceeding all expectations of a modern Vegas mega-resort, but paying homage to the resorts of Vegas’ heyday with touches like the reintroduction of Vegas Vickie, the beloved and iconic neon kicking cowgirl.

Vegas Vickie coming back

There is, however, another reason this new resort is making headlines. Circa will officially break two of America’s records for “largest”. It will be the home to America’s largest sportsbook, a 3-story, 1,000 person capacity viewing area. As Circa says on their website, it’s a “sportsbook so big we built a casino around it.”

Perhaps more impressive, however, will be the grand opening of Stadium Swim, what will be the largest pool amphitheater in America. 

The largest pool amphitheater in the world

With a 4,000 person capacity, six swimming pools, and 40 foot tall high definition mega-screen, Circa has taken to calling Stadium Swim “the best pool in history”, and many prospective visitors may just agree. 

Split Screen ction for NFL Sunday

Open 365 days a year, Stadium Swim will surely be a popular destination for party-goers and sports fans alike. Complete with cabanas, lounges, and day beds, visitors can truly customize their experience and reserve time slots for the time of their expected games, or attend one of the many scheduled “viewing parties”, where the entire 143 foot screen will be devoted to a single game. 

This will the hottest place for Knights games in 2021

For more information about Stadium Swim, visit the Circa website https://www.circalasvegas.com/stadium-swim/

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Adam DiFrisco
Originally from the city of Chicago, Adam spent 5 years in Beijing after graduating from West Virginia University with a major in Geology and a Minor in Chinese Studies. As an avid hiker and traveler, he is quickly falling in love with his new home: Las Vegas.