Showroom Reimagined at Talking Stick Resort

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Talking Stick Resort, an enterprise of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, has reopened its reimagined Showroom, a multiuse space for headline performances and a place to watch and bet on your favorite sports.

Some of the new updates to the room include a new open-air concept just steps away from the casino floor, intimate concert seating for up to 480 people (including balcony seating), LED video walls that stretch out longer than the length of a football field, and 92 individual screens with the ability to broadcast up to 30 different sporting events.

Previously the showroom was more closed off to traffic and the seating configuration was fixed, but now the venue has been completely reimagined, according to Christian Geier, Talking Stick Resort’s general manager.

“It’s two levels, one on the ground floor and our upstairs lounge that oversees the entire venue and gives our VIPs and special guests even more privacy,” said Geier.

“There is a main screen which can be lowered and raised, depending on the event that’s going on. The sound system is state of the art for concerts. Then we have a bar that is a new addition, which connects to the gaming floor.”

Another new addition is a set of 4K cameras facing the stage that can be patched in to display all the action from the stage onto the screens for more viewing.

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