In their matchup Sunday versus the Los Angeles Chargers, the Raiders will see how the new SoFi Stadium stacks up against their new home at Allegiant Stadium.
After four years of talks and 2½ years of construction, the Raiders’ “field of dreams” is finally a reality.
Travelers to the city are still having fun and data suggest Las Vegas is still a big attraction, but marketers have to incorporate health and safety into their messaging.
In the midst of what Allegiant Stadium project officials are dubbing the “fourth quarter” of the construction process, crews are on track for a July 31 substantial completion date.
The company is working to create Raiders game specific rides much like it does in Florida for the NBA, a Virgin spokesman said.
Crews began rolling out the sod Wednesday for the natural grass field the Raiders will play on inside Allegiant Stadium.
Allegiant Stadium will be a very popular destination for the 2020 NFL season as the Raiders kickoff their inaugural season in Las Vegas.
Allegiant Stadium will have no problem fitting in with a city famous for its bright lights.
The final two payments for 2020 season tickets at Allegiant Stadium, originally due March 15 and April 15, were first extended to April 15 and May 15 as the initial effects of the novel coronavirus hit Las Vegas.
Nevada is one of several states that have allowed construction to continue during the coronavirus pandemic.