Grande Vegas casino will be closing on June 30 and that means there will be an opening at the new casino in Indigo Sky.
Indigo Sky is a grande slot machine casino in Grand, Las Vegas, and is expected to open in September 2018.
The casino is part of MGM Resorts International, a joint venture of MGM and Wynn Resorts.
The project was first announced in 2015.
The casino will offer a variety of slot machines, including a $1,000 jackpot, a $2,500 jackpot and a $10,000 slot machine.
The $1 million jackpot is a two-time winner and was made famous in 2016.
Indige Sky has three casinos in Grand.
The Grand Valley, Las Las Vegas and the Paradise were part of the original MGM Grand and will be renamed Indigo Sky casinos.
The other two casinos will be named Grande and Las Vegas.
A spokesman for MGM Resort International told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the company will close the casino at the end of June, when it expects the opening of the new IndigoSky Casino.
The spokesman declined to comment further on the casino closing or how the casino will reopen.
Indie Sky was created in 2014 by MGM Residences International as part of a merger of MGM Grand, the Las Palmas Las Vegas casino and MGM Residence Inn.
The merged casino has five casinos, with two at Grand and two at Las Vegas casinos.
The combined casino is expected be the most popular casino in the world, with $6.4 billion in total revenue.