One of the spectators Sunday was the lord of Allegiant Stadium, Raiders owner Mark Davis.
After years of construction and then the inaugural Raiders season held without spectators, fans will finally get a chance to experience Allegiant Stadium.
Large Las Vegas venues including T-Mobile Arena are being considered as potential COVID-19 vaccination sites as the state works to speed up distribution efforts.
Garth Brooks, who says, “You’re going in there wanting to be the best show that’s been in that stadium,” has rescheduled his Allegiant Stadium debut.
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.
An Arizona developer has purchased a small plot across from Allegiant Stadium for big bucks, with plans to build an In-N-Out Burger.
Allegiant Stadium could be used as a COVID-19 vaccination site once mass vaccinations in Southern Nevada begin.
Plans for what the area surrounding the Allegiant Stadium area are coming into focus as officials work to create a vibrant Stadium District.
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.
With the possibility of increases in COVID-19 restrictions going into effect in California, the teams could play their home games at Allegiant Stadium.
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.
Because of a shortfall in tax revenue, Clark County had to withdraw $11.55 million from a debt reserve account to help make December’s scheduled bond payment for Allegiant Stadium.
Raiders owner Mark Davis has delivered, for real, on his promise of a steak dinner for the thousands of workers who built Allegiant Stadium.
The design review states the design will be “reminiscent of the first In-N-Out Burger drive-thru” built in 1948 in Southern California.