Dozens of Las Vegas conventions have changed plans due to the pandemic. Nightclub and Bar Show has canceled the October dates and rescheduled to June 2021.
The 1,100 workers at the Las Vegas Convention Center expansion — all observing coronavirus protocols — have begun pouring the concrete floor of the exhibit hall.
When the National Association of Broadcasters made its decision to cancel rather than delay its convention in late April, thousands of laborers lost work.
The National Association of Broadcasters announced Friday it will not be rescheduling 2020’s Las Vegas show.
A new date has been set for the National Hardware Show, after its organizer announced it would not host the convention in May due to coronavirus.
Temporary closures of MGM Resorts International’s properties has forced the technology convention Collaborate 20 to cancel its event next month.
The convention, which covers topics associated with risk for casino operators, was going to be held March 23-26 at the Tropicana with an estimated 700 attendees, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Guests staying at Marriott properties will have more flexibility canceling reservations and more time to use their loyalty program points with a new policy.
The show, which is held every three years, is at the Las Vegas Convention Center.