Albuquerque, New Mexico’s “state-of-the-art interactive and immersive digital wonderland” Electric Playhouse seems to be preparing to open a location in Las Vegas. On Friday, What Now uncovered business license paperwork that indicates the gaming, dining, and live music (and more) venue is headed to the Strip. To be more specific, the address given in the paperwork is 3500 S Las Vegas Blvd—that’s The Forum Shops at Caesars.
“Electric Playhouse was built with one big idea,” says the brand’s About page. “Play is important for everyone. You never grow out of having fun and we’re so proud that everyone, ages 3-80 can come and have a great time at the Playhouse. You don’t need any equipment to join in our projection-based digital gameplay arena and we’ve cooked up some challenges for your brain, body, or both!”
In its Albuquerque home, Electric Playhouse offers state-of-the-art gaming in a 24,000 square-foot space. It hosts live music, sports viewing, birthday parties. It features a full service restaurant and bar, along with “chef-driven fine dining events in one of your 360° projection-mapped, interactive communal dining rooms.” The list goes on.
What Now reached out on Friday to CEO Brandon Garrett. Garrett was not available for comment on word of a Las Vegas Strip location for Electric Playhouse. The dimensions of the space and the services and activities that would be on offer at the Forum Shops remain unknown for the moment.