Aerosmith’s New Onstage VIP Experience with 1MORE Triple Driver THX Certified Headphones for the DEUCES ARE WILD Residency

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Aerosmith Dueces are Wild 1More/ THX Experience
The Aerosmith Dueces are Wild 1More/ THX Experience in Las Vegas

In partnership with 1MORE, Aerosmith will be delivering a THX certified sound experience for VIP fans during the DEUCES ARE WILD Residency in Las Vegas, Nevada at Park MGM. Fans who purchase the onstage VIP section this summer and fall, get an unique audio experience featuring Aerosmith.

VIP fans will receive a pair of THX Certified 1MORE Triple Driver In-Ear Headphones to use during the show and to take home. While at the show, guest will also experience MIXhalo, a brand-new audio technology that will connect them directly to the Aerosmith soundboard. This enables VIP fan to access high-fidelity audio in real time and just the way Aerosmith hears onstage using the MIXhalo app.

The DEUCES ARE WILD Residency is at the Park Theatre at Park MGM that was specifically designed for Aerosmith acoustically and aesthetically. It features 5,200 seats with the furthest seat only 145 feet away from the stage. The stage is one of the widest stages in the world at 140 feet wide. Furthermore, the stage has a 240 feet wide projection surface with projection mapping technology including nine HD and 4K projectors.

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Nina Pena is a technology, fashion and lifestyle writer based in Austin, Texas. Her technology knowledge stems from her experience working with Dell, Edelman and HP. Nina’s articles and product reviews cover the latest gadget, lifestyle and fashion trends for the last 15 years. As media, she has also covered SXSW and CES for over a decade in a row. Additionally, she has covered NYFW and Global Fashion Week events. A native Austin, Texan and former San Francisco resident, Nina brings a unique perspective to her coverage. She was a regular contributor for SF Examiner and CuteGeek.com until winter of 2017. In 2015 Nina founded and launched Hi-techChic.com, a site that includes technology and fashion product reviews, coverage of industry events and press releases.