Dozens of conventions and business gatherings in Las Vegas have new dates in late 2021 or 2022.
Travel industry leaders were still walking on air Tuesday morning thanks to news that fully vaccinated foreign nationals could again visit the U.S. starting November.
A large number of international attendees will make the U.S. Travel Association’s IPW an important gathering to show off Las Vegas to leisure and business travel buyers.
Six gaming industry leaders will be inducted into the American Gaming Association Hall of Fame when the Global Gaming Expo takes place in Las Vegas next month.
The National Association of Broadcasters show is one of Las Vegas’ top three annual trade show gatherings by attendance. The annual convention was set to take place Oct. 9-13.
Steve Hill, the LVCVA’s president and CEO, said employees had to prove COVID-19 vaccination or submit to weekly testing.
The passage of key legislation funding infrastructure should help the mining industry thrive, panelists agreed during the Monday kickoff address of the MINExpo trade show in Las Vegas.
Fans of a famous pink-feathered bird found a fitting hotel in Las Vegas for their convention — the Strip’s Flamingo.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Thursday signed a directive to expand the Nevada mask exception for large indoor events to include conventions if all attendees are vaccinated.
With an ownership change of The Venetian, Palazzo and Sands Expo Center coming soon, Las Vegas Sands Corp. begins the transition with The Venetian Expo.
A Tesla driver looking for a charging station breached the Las Vegas Convention Center Loop underground transit system in June, the LVCVA acknowledged Tuesday.
The Patriot Voice was slated to hold the For God Country Patriot Double Down event in Las Vegas from Oct. 22-25 at Caesars Forum convention space.
G2E, also known as the Global Gaming Expo, is the latest trade show to impose a vaccination rule ahead of its in-person return.
The lack of convention traffic continues to keep visitation below 2019 levels, but the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority says it continues to climb steadily.