Terre Haute, IN
Rocksino by Hard Rock will open in Terre Haute, Indiana in 2022. The casino project is a partnership between Lucy Luck Gaming LLC and Hard Rock International. Hard Rock International is a solely-owned subsidiary of the Seminole Indian Tribe of Florida.
The new Rocksino will be a 100,000-square-foot, non-smoking casino with 1,200 slot machines, 50 table games and sports betting.
The Rocksino site is 25 acres on the east side of Terre Haute near the interchange of I-70 and State Road 46. The location is southwest of Bill Farr Drive and Joe Fox Street and directly south of the Walmart Super Center.
(Last updated May 20, 2021)
The casino license was approved by the state gaming board earlier last year. Financing was secured in March 2021 for the full construction cost. A formal groundbreaking ceremony was expected in April 2021, however, that was delayed until June due to the extended licensing process of the Indiana Gaming Commission. When construction begins, the Terre Haute casino will take 18 months to build.
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No smoking is allowed on the main casino floor. An outdoor covered patio is reserved for smokers. The patio has 117 slots and 8 table games.
1,060 slot machines
50 table games
High-limit lounge - private bar and light food
Hard Rock Cafe - seating for 125 guests
Steakhouse - fine dining with seating for 60
Buffet - 175 seats
Hard Rock Sportsbook and Bar - 75 seats
Constant Grind - coffee shop
Velvet Sessions - live entertainment venue with 300 seats
Hilton Home2 Suites is adjacent to the casino.
A future on-site hotel is planned for Rocksino.
Rock Shop - gift shop
1,500 parking spaces
May 22, 2021
The Terre Haute casino is moving closer to a groundbreaking date after completing an important step for the Indiana Gaming Commission. The commission wanted a formal management agreement for the Rocksino by Hard Rock Terre Haute before renewing the casino license this month.
A management agreement has been presented to the commission by the two partners of the Terre Haute casino project: Hard Rock International and Lucy Luck Gaming. The agreement defines the role of Hard Rock to manage the casino operation. Hard Rock International, owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, also is a part owner and manager of the new Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana.
After the gaming commission meets later this month, it is hoped the groundbreaking for the casino can be scheduled in June. Chairman of Lucy Luck Gaming, Greg Gibson, told reporters:
"... no definite groundbreaking date set yet for Terre Haute. We are working with the Indiana Gaming Commission on our annual license renewal and approval of a finance plan, so that we will be in a position to break ground as soon as possible.
"We are sure hoping for later June. Hard Rock has told the Indiana Gaming Commission they want to get started before the end of June."
Construction of the Terre Haute casino is expected to take 14 months to complete. If the groundbreaking happens in June, the casino could open in late summer 2022.
March 29, 2021
The chairman of the Rocksino Hard Rock Terre Haute casino project told the Indiana Gaming Commission this week the casino has secured a $175 million financing package that will cover the full cost of construction. The ground breaking for the casino could be as early as late April.
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