It’s official. The Super Bowl is coming to Las Vegas. The NFL has officially announced that Super Bowl LVII in 2024 will be held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
The biggest game. The brightest stage.
— Las Vegas Raiders (@Raiders) December 15, 2021
With the NFL eagerly attempting to put several events in Las Vegas over the past couple years since the Raiders moved there, you knew the Super Bowl was coming soon. It was just a question of when. Now we know.
The Rams and Chargers’ new stadium in Inglewood will play host to this year’s Super Bowl. Next year it will be in Glendale Arizona.
Vegas will be a hotbed for NFL activity soon.
The next event the NFL has scheduled to take place in Las Vegas — aside from Raiders games — is the Pro Bowl on February 6, 2022. After that Vegas will host the 2022 Draft, which is set to take place April 28-30.
This will be the second attempt at holding a both the draft and the Pro Bowl in Vegas. The first attempt at the draft was 2020, but it was cancelled due to the pandemic. They had also scheduled the Pro Bowl to be held there earlier this year and it too was cancelled because of the pandemic.