The NFL on Wednesday officially awarded Super Bowl LVIII to Las Vegas. The city is becoming a hotbed for big NFL events, with the Super Bowl joining the Pro Bowl in February and April’s NFL draft.
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The inaugural Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix is projected to have an overall economic impact to the tune of almost $1.3 billion.
The first 500 fans who check in at the Draft Theater during the NFL draft on Saturday will receive two free tickets.
In just two short years the NFL’s championship game will played at Allegiant Stadium just four years after the completion of the $2 billion facility.
Las Vegas’ Super Bowl Host Committee will need to raise about $20 million to spend a total $60 million in advance of the Feb. 11, 2024, NFL championship football game.
The nonprofit Super Bowl LVIII host committee on Tuesday will ask the LVCVA for the first $40 million to start planning the 2024 game.
Las Vegas is poised to make Super Bowl week a memorable experience.
Marquees around the Strip and downtown Las Vegas proclaimed Wednesday’s announcement, including the Viva Vision canopy at the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas.
It has been some time coming, the Entertainment Capital of the World also being known as such when it comes to sports.
The Raiders offered their thoughts on Wednesday’s announcement of the biggest event in their sport coming to their town in 2024.
The NFL has a platform of demands that the host city must provide for the right to stage the game. Las Vegas is prepared to meet them.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak says the Super Bowl “puts other major events to shame” as the event is announced for Vegas.
When Jay Kornegay first saw the news that the NFL had awarded the 2024 Super Bowl to Las Vegas, the Westgate SuperBook vice president said it instantly brought a smile to his face.
Ian Rapoport promoted a Las Vegas restaurant as “probably the best in the country” on the NFL Network’s broadcast reporting the Super Bowl being awarded here.
Bringing the Super Bowl to Las Vegas won’t come cheap, but tourism officials believe the cost will be worth it.