There will be a lot of rocking out(doors) at Anthem. This impressive outdoor concert venue will be modeled after the success of Battery Park Amphitheater at Hard Rock Sioux City, which was named as the nationwide “Outstanding Casino Arena/Amphitheater” in 2018 by the Global Gaming Exposition in Las Vegas, Nevada. At this outdoor concert venue, we have programmed world-class entertainment such as Chris Stapleton, Willie Nelson, Boston, Journey, the Counting Crows and Collective Soul. Since opening in 2014, Battery Park, along with the indoor venue, Anthem, have staged 885 shows and sold almost 400,000 tickets, with ticket purchases tracked from all 50 states in the U.S., six Canadian provinces, and a variety of countries throughout the world.
Hard Rock Live is an indoor/outdoor venue with garage-style doors that open to a backyard space. On any given night guests can expect live entertainment, line dancing, karaoke and backyard games such as corn hole, Jenga and Connect-4.
Hard Rock Live can accommodate 1,000 guests and will feature light fare and a bar that’s open daily with live entertainment on the weekends. On game day, Hard Rock Live transforms into a fan cave for sport enthusiasts. There will be a selection of domestic beers on tap, bottled beer, craft beer and a large selection of American whiskey and traditional cocktails.
It’s just a good place to be...
Warner Gaming has created an environment in this county that’s above anything I’ve ever seen. Entertainment has skyrocketed. We are growing and there’s a lot of construction going on. It’s just a good place to be. Young folks want to be entertained. They want to have quality of life choices and Warner Gaming has brought a lot of that to the area. All of the specs that were presented in the preliminary rounds were met, were exceeded and since the casino was built, they’ve exceeded their own expectations with a number of building projects in the loop, that have been done and will be done. In my viewpoint Warner Gaming delivered 150%. It’s been exciting to be involved.Mark Monson, Executive Director/Missouri River Historical Development