LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — One of the world's biggest sporting events is coming to Las Vegas in 2024: the Super Bowl.
“No city is as prepared as Las Vegas to welcome the biggest sporting event of all,” said Gov. Steve Sisolak following the announcement that NFL owners voted to approve the location.
The Las Vegas Visitors and Convention Authority estimates the Super Bowl will have a more than $500 million impact on the local economy, including the Las Vegas area and the State of Nevada.
13 Action News is keeping tabs on developments as the city prepares to host Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium:
- Experts say Allegiant stadium is bringing economic success to Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority prepares to put on a $60 million Super Bowl in 2024
- Don't care about football? The Las Vegas Super Bowl could still benefit you
- Huge economic impact expected for Las Vegas from Super Bowl LVIII
- NFL votes Las Vegas to host Super Bowl LVIII, LVCVA estimates $500 million economic impact
- Report: Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium expected to host 2024 Super Bowl LVIII
- Host committee gives first look at plans for Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas
- NFL offers Las Vegas businesses a chance to work on Super Bowl LVIII
For those interested in getting involved, the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee is looking for volunteers ahead of Super Bowl LVIII.