Entertainment Returns To The Colosseum

Monday April 25th, 2022

Posted at 10:40am

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Caesars Windsor is preparing for the grand reopening of The Colosseum next week.

Following many months of sitting quietly, the theatre will reopen with The Tenors, Avril Lavigne, Steve Martin and Martin Short, and Brad Paisley. All summer long, the headline entertainment continues with all-star acts such as Chelsea Handler, David Gray, The Black Crowes, and Gabriel Iglesias.

“The Colosseum has entertained our guests and the community for 14 years, and we have missed delivering the experience and energy of live entertainment,” said Tim Trombley, Director of Entertainment, Caesars Windsor. “We are ecstatic at the highly anticipated return of live shows and the unforgettable memories that they bring.”

The Colosseum schedule includes:

May

  • The Tenors – Thursday, May 5th
  • Avril Lavigne – Thursday, May 12th
  • Steve Martin & Martin Short – Thursday, May 26th
  • Brad Paisley – Saturday, May 29th

June

  • Straight No Chaser – Thursday, June 2nd
  • Paul Anka – Thursday, June 9th
  • Chelsea Handler – Saturday, June 18th
  • Iliza Shlesinger – Friday, June 24th

July

  • The Black Crowes – Tuesday, July 5th
  • Gabriel Iglesias – Friday, July 8th
  • Sarah McLachlan – Saturday, July 9th
  • David Gray – Thursday, July 14th
  • Shinedown – Saturday, July 23rd
  • Live to Rock – Thursday, July 28th

“There is nothing like the feeling of a live music experience and we are thrilled to showcase our headline lineup for The Colosseum”, said Trombley. “And this is just the beginning,” said Trombley. “We have more exciting shows to announce in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.”

Ticket purchases can be made through caesarswindsor.com or ticketmaster.ca. The Box Office is open Saturday & Sunday from Noon to 8pm and on Show Days from Noon to 10pm. Guests must be 19 years of age or older to attend concerts and to enter the casino and all other outlets. The prices listed do not include applicable taxes and fees.

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