The NFL has recently announced that the new and improved Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas will be hosting the 2021 Pro Bowl in January 2021. Also known as the “Death Star,” Allegiant Stadium is certainly a marvel of what state-of-the-art technology can construct.
The fantastic stadium nestled in Las Vegas will bring forth a change the Raiders have not seen as a franchise, a high-tech stadium, which can easily rival any among the league.
You probably know that for thirty years, the Pro Bowl called Hawaii’s Aloha Stadium their home (from 1980 to 2009). However, note that since its start way back in 1939, the prestigious event has taken place in Miami, Los Angeles, Orlando, and some other locations. Now Las Vegas is all set to become the new hub for most NFL events. Las Vegas is taking another significant step towards becoming a genuine sports town after the success of the Golden Knights with the arrival of the Raiders for the upcoming NFL season. And sports fans in the city are looking forward to it.
The good news is that construction teams in the city are working hard and passionately to make sure that the new Allegiant Stadium is completed on time. There is no doubt that the sprawling 65,000-seat sports venue will be a huge attraction all by itself, and it also has high-tech features and ultra-high-definition video screens.
Raiders president, Marc Badain, said that Pro Bowl week is an awesome celebration of the best that the NFL has to offer and that there’s no better city than Las Vegas to honor and celebrate the league’s biggest and most prominent stars. The NFL, as well as the Raiders, are looking forward to a memorable and world-class event that will help set the standard for future NFL sports events in the city.
Caesars Entertainment will be using its casino properties for fan experiences during Pro Bowl. Various related activities in Vegas include the notable NFL FLAG Championship games and NFC and AFC team practices. Moreover, for the 5th consecutive year, there will be a Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.
When the Allegiant Stadium opens, it is likely that parking will be a tricky issue. This is because lots will be small. As a result, nearby casinos such as Mandalay Bay will pick up the slack. If you are a sports fan, the safe bet is to use a ride-sharing service, such as Lyft or Uber.
While we know that Las Vegas is well-known for putting on elaborate and spectacular performances with many of the biggest stars in the show business industry, the Pro Bowl 2021 presents a new and exciting opportunity for the city and league to dazzle and entertain spectators.
Previous locations, such as Miami, have done a good job of keeping fans and guests entertained; however, Las Vegas is certainly in a league of its own. And leading up to this amazing event, fans and spectators can thoroughly enjoy myriad festivities throughout the Sin City and participate in various fun and engaging activities.