Las Vegas to Host Super Bowl LVIII in 2024

Las Vegas has been picked to host the Super Bowl LVIII. The game is scheduled for February 11, 2024 at the recently opened Allegiant Stadium. For the first time, Las Vegas and the state of Nevada will welcome the Super Bowl.

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) and Las Vegas Raiders were invited by the National Football League (N.F.L.) to collaborate on a bid to host Super Bowl LVIII. After a nearly one-year process, the bid was presented to and approved by the 32 clubs in Dallas recently.

“Being named a Super Bowl host city is a defining moment in the history of Las Vegas,” said Steve Hill, CEO and president of the LVCVA, in a press note. “An event of this magnitude combined with the energy of Las Vegas is going to be unmatched. Our entire city is committed to making Super Bowl LVIII the most electrifying sports spectacle ever. The N.F.L. has been an incredible partner, and we look forward to working with their team, the Host Committee and our partners across our destination to showcase Las Vegas as ‘The Greatest Arena on Earth.'”

Responsible for the destination’s collective hosting effort, the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee comprises community leaders in business, gaming, sports, tourism, entertainment and government. The executive committee includes Chair Maury Gallagher, CEO of Allegiant Travel Company; Vice Chair Sandra Douglass Morgan, Of Counsel at Covington & Burling LLP; and committee members Jeremy Aguero, chief operations and analytics officer for the Las Vegas Raiders; Anthony Carano, president/COO of Caesars Entertainment; Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson; Steve Hill, CEO/president of the LVCVA; Virginia Valentine, president of the Nevada Resort Association; Dan Ventrelle, president of the Las Vegas Raiders; and Steve Zanella, chief commercial officer of MGM Resorts International. As planning begins for the event, additional entities will be asked to join the host committee to expand its reach and representation in the community.

With an estimated total economic impact of over $500 million based on previous Super Bowls, Super Bowl LVIII will significantly benefit the greater Las Vegas area and the State of Nevada via direct spending, additional tax dollar generation, increased room occupancy and job creation. Las Vegas is also set to host the 2022 N.F.L. Pro Bowl and the 2022 NFL Draft.

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