Shriners Hospitals for Children Open will offer two unique and elevated hospitality experiences, The Hill presented by Casamigos, and The Hive powered by ThriveHive.
“We are excited to offer our fans a variety of experiences on the grounds of TPC Summerlin. We are partnered with amazing sponsors to give our fans an unbeatable experience,” remarked Patrick Lindsey, executive director of Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
The Hill presented by Casamigos, is a vast, 10,000-square-foot hospitality pavilion offering fans unparalleled views of the final 16th, 17th and 18th holes of the course. The Hill provides comfortable seating areas with numerous televisions throughout the venue. Unique Casamigos cocktails will be available for purchase inside the Hill. Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa will be hosting an interactive fan activation. Upgraded food and beverage options will be available for purchase in The Hill. Good any one day tickets to The Hill start at $35 plus taxes and fees. Upgraded ticket holders will receive up to ten drinks, including beer, wine, soda and water. Upgraded tickets start at $89 plus taxes and fees.
Following the last putt on Friday, Oct. 4 and Saturday, Oct. 5, local band The 442s will be performing at The Hill. The 442s are an acoustic, instrumental group whose music explores the boundaries of jazz, classical, folk and rock music. After years of touring with Lifehouse, Vertical Horizon, Savage Garden and Tal Bachman, lead guitarist Ben Carey joins singers Justin Carder and Shawn Eiferman, bassist Eric Runquist and drummer Chris Lukes to form The 442s. Both performances will be free and open to all ticket holders.
The Hive powered by ThriveHive is an all-inclusive venue with remarkable views, overlooking the dramatic par 3, 17th hole. The Hive features complimentary food and beverage, flat screen TVs and comfortable couch seating. Daily tickets to The Hive are $275 plus taxes and fees. Weekend tickets, including access to the venue on Saturday, Oct. 5 and Sunday, Oct. 6, are $499 plus taxes and fees. Weekly tickets, including access to the venue Thursday, Oct. 3 through Sunday, Oct. 6 are $999 plus taxes and fees.