Fans who have been waiting to get inside Allegiant Stadium since its completion last summer can finally get inside the $2 billion facility.
If you drive by Allegiant Stadium and see the massive media mesh screen coming down, don’t be alarmed. It’s not going anywhere.
After years of construction and then the inaugural Raiders season held without spectators, fans will finally get a chance to experience Allegiant Stadium.
Despite not being able to host fans for the 2020 NFL season, Allegiant Stadium played a vital role in advertising Las Vegas in a rocky year.
With the pandemic curbing visitation to Las Vegas, room tax revenue dedicated to paying the public’s contribution of Allegiant Stadium is running behind needed amounts.
Construction of Allegiant Stadium is set to come in $25 million under budget as all work is set to be completed on the 63-acre site.
After officials had to pull money out of a debt reserve account to make a scheduled bond payment on Allegiant Stadium, a question arose about how the process works.
The design review states the design will be “reminiscent of the first In-N-Out Burger drive-thru” built in 1948 in Southern California.
With Allegiant Stadium sitting empty during Raiders home games and a limited number of tickets available to UNLV football games, there is another way to get inside the $2 billion facility.
The prospect of connecting Allegiant Stadium to a planned underground people-mover system inched closer to reality Thursday.