The Ultimate Game Day Guide to Las Vegas
Fall marks the return of football season, and there is no better place to catch a favorite team than Las Vegas. The destination has the perfect spot for all fans and visitors with an array of deals, specials and food and drink packages.
For People Who Actually Watch the Game
Circa Resort & Casino boasts the larges sports betting experience in the world, Circa Sports, with a 78-million-pixel screen for the ultimate viewing experience. There is no bad seat in the house, with a three-story, technologically advanced sportsbook and an overhanging bar with a combined capacity of up to 1,000 people. Fans can also head outside to Stadium Swim to watch a game on a 143-square-foot screen.
For Being in the Action
Get in on the blood, sweat and tears as Allegiant Stadium welcomes fans for the first time this football season as the home of the Las Vegas Raiders. The Silver and Black will kick off on Sept. 13 vs. the Baltimore Ravens, followed by nine home games throughout the season. College football fans will also mark their first year in the stands at Allegiant Stadium this year with the UNLV Rebels kicking off their season on Sept. 2. Later this year, Allegiant Stadium will host the 2021 Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 30, where depending on the year you can catch your favorite Pac-12 team playing either the Southeastern or Big Ten conferences.
For Whiskey Lovers
The newly opened Stadia Bar at Caesars Palace was inspired by sports fans, from the net-like chandeliers to baseball sconces and other touches throughout. The lavish lounge presents a large selection of classic libations, specialty cocktails, and incredibly rare spirits like Kentucky Owl, Pappy Van Winkle and exclusive barrel picks direct from the distiller.
MGM Resorts and Bud Light partnered on the Bud Light Beer Garden offering football fans the ultimate tailgating experience before and after Raiders and UNLV home games at Allegiant Stadium. Conveniently located within walking distance of Allegiant Stadium, Bud Light Beer Garden has football challenges, life-sized Jenga and chess, DJs, food and beverage specials and more for fans.
For Fun in the Sun
Every Sunday, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub will transform into a football oasis. Lounge poolside or take a dip while catching the action on the big screen, complete with bottle service, game-day eats, refreshing beverages and a DJ.
For Something Different
Resorts World Las Vegas, the newest casino resort on the Strip, is home to Dawg House Saloon & Sportsbook where football fans will find draft beers, cocktails and American fare with a Southern twist. And for those looking for something other than the game, the resort is home to AYU Dayclub with an exotic Southeast Asian feel and resident DJs Zedd and Tiësto, among others.
For Football, Amped
Making its debut this year at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, Money, Baby!, is the first of its kind and combines the best of Vegas – sports viewing, culinary, betting, entertainment and nightlife. With 15,000 square feet indoors and 5,500 square feet outdoors overlooking the Virgin Pools, Money, Baby! has two DJ booths, state-of-the-art golf simulators, shuffleboard and other games, 360-degree viewing experience and in-venue sportsbook. DJs spin during commercials and other breaks, taking game day to the next level.
For Raiders Fans
The home-team hotspot is Raiders Tavern & Grill at M Resort Spa and Casino. Become immersed in silver and black with décor and memorabilia celebrating the rich history of the Raiders. Serving American fare and stadium favorites, this is the perfect spot for locals, Raiders fans and lovers of the great game of football.
Treasure Island will launch the TI Super Fan Shuttle, a roundtrip service that will transport fans to and from TI and Allegiant Stadium for all home games duing the regular season. The non-smoking deluxe motorcoach features comfortable seating and wi-fi, running every 30 minutes before and after games. Start the pre-game festivities early with drink specials at Treasure Island's Golden Circle Sportsbook & Bar and celebrate the win or forget the loss at Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que or Breeze Bar.
For Bottle Service
Catch all the action with game day bottle service at Electra Cocktail Club at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas during Thursday, Sunday (after 1 p.m.) and Monday football games. A 40-foot, 70-million-pixel digital screen provides an up-close viewing experience with the renowned hospitality of Electra’s staff serving packages for 4 – 10 guests that includes a bottle of your favorite spirit and mixers, beers by the bucket and Moon Palace Sliders and Hot Chips.
After an extensive renovation, the Wynn Las Vegas Race & Sports Book is back with state-of-the-art technology featuring a sophisticated design and luxurious feel. The comfort is unmatched with plush seats equipped with personal monitors, individual lighting, USB plugs and electrical outlets. The Race & Sports Book offers an unparalleled viewing experience boasting a 1,600-square-foot wraparound LED screen. Next door, Charlie’s Bar + Grill was also remodeled and serves elevated tailgate favorites and beer.
For Not Breaking the Bank
Podcaster Raider Cody will broadcast live from CASBAR Lounge inside SAHARA Las Vegas every Raiders home game, and fans will get a kick out of the associated discounts on room rates, with food and beverage credit and complimentary room upgrade available. In addition, CASBAR has drink specials and will have a popup Black Sunday shop.
For a full list of locations or to book your Las Vegas adventure, visit www.VisitLasVegas.com.
ABOUT THE LVCVA
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is charged with marketing Southern Nevada as a tourism and convention destination worldwide and with operating the 4.6 million square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). With 150,000 hotel rooms and 14 million square feet of meeting and exhibit space in Las Vegas alone, the LVCVA's mission centers on attracting leisure and business visitors to the area. The LVCVA also owns the Las Vegas Convention Center Loop, an underground tunnel designed by The Boring Company and the Las Vegas Monorail, an elevated 3.9-mile system with seven stops throughout the resort corridor. For more information, go to www.lvcva.com, www.visitlasvegas.com or www.vegasmeansbusiness.com.
Erin McCleskeyR&R PartnersUnited StatesErin.McCleskey@rrpartners.com702-228-0222
Maria PhelanLVCVAUnited Statesmphelan@lvcva.com-