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"We're not just about gaming, we're also about the arts and fine dining said Nathan Powell, director of entertainment technologies and corporate design for Greenwood Gaming, the parent company.
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The expansions of the casino are aimed at bringing in non-gamblers.The Xcite Center is on a floating floor, which means it is totally isolated from the rest of the casino 's structure to keep frequencies down.Poker, a traditionally quiet sport, isn't a natural neighbor for a loud concert venue.The Xcite Center is in a tricky location - it's next door to the new poker room at the casino.The space can seat 1,532 people and fit just over 2,000 for standing events.At 65 feet wide and 35 feet deep, the stage can decidedly fit them all, with some room to spare.
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The Xcite Center at, parx, casino in Bensalem Township can do it all.
While the front of house is devoted to the audience experience, backstage the Xcite Center is focused on the performers and crew.
But you would never know a concert was going on as you played cards.
With three giant image magnification screens in the venue and a raised stage, there's no such thing as a bad seat.That attention to detail flows through to the new poker room.13, the venue has hosted a Chicago concert and performance by comedian Bill Engvall."Makes me hungry every time Powell said with a grin.For more information on the casino and Xcite Center visit.
"You can be in here at 115, 120 decibels and you don't hear anything next door he said.