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Las Vegas Prepares for First-Ever Super Bowl Extravaganza

Las Vegas Prepares for First-Ever Super Bowl Extravaganza

Sports Desk 07 Feb , 2024 12:15 PM GMT

  • Las Vegas to host first-ever Super Bowl.

  • Expected to draw over 330,000 visitors and generate $600 million in revenue.

  • Elaborate pre-game festivities including Elvis impersonators and showgirls.

Las Vegas Prepares for First-Ever Super Bowl Extravaganza
People pose for photos at Caesars Palace along the Las Vegas Strip ahead of the Super Bowl, Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024, in Las Vegas. Las Vegas is scheduled to host the Super Bowl 58 on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2

Las Vegas is poised to make history as it hosts its first-ever Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium. The city's proposal to the NFL back in December 2021 has finally come to fruition as it prepares to welcome more than 330,000 visitors and generate an estimated $600 million in revenue. With extravagant plans in place, Las Vegas is determined to make this Super Bowl one for the books.

Known for its extravagant celebrations, Las Vegas has pulled out all the stops for the big game. The arrival of the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs last weekend was met with none other than Elvis Presley impersonators and showgirls, embodying the quintessential Vegas experience. The iconic Bellagio fountains display a towering replica of the Vince Lombardi Trophy, while mock field goal posts adorn the pedestrian bridges on the famous Strip.


Among the many festivities planned, one of the most anticipated is the Maxim Casino Royale Experience. Offering an exclusive 'Ace of Spades' package, this $1 million weekend extravaganza includes private jet transportation, $75,000 in gambling credits, and a dining credit of $10,000 per night at Resorts World restaurants. Guests will also enjoy premium seats on the 50-yard line, ensuring a front-row experience. The event, orchestrated by unKommon Events, is set to host 5,000 people, including celebrities, pro athletes, and social media influencers. Rappers 21 Savage and 50 Cent have been announced as the headliners.

Expected to draw over 330,000 visitors and generate $600 million in revenue.

Las Vegas to host first-ever Super Bowl.

Elaborate pre-game festivities including Elvis impersonators and showgirls.

Maxim Casino Royale Experience offers $1 million weekend package.

Venue being built to create a unique and exclusive experience.

Guy Fieri hosting free tailgate near the Strip's ferris wheel.

Kansas City Chiefs' fan pub offering unlimited drinks and whole roast pig.

Parking spots for private jets sold out; ticket prices exceeding $12,000.

To meet the high expectations of a city renowned for going above and beyond, unKommon Events has constructed a venue from scratch inside Resorts World's expansive 80,000-square-foot facility. Seth Kaplan, the founder and CEO of unKommon Events, aims to create a truly unique and unforgettable experience that will never be replicated.

For those on a tighter budget, renowned celebrity chef Guy Fieri is hosting a free tailgate near the Strip's famous ferris wheel. Additionally, the Little Vegas Chapel offers a special Super Bowl-themed wedding package, allowing couples to exchange vows dressed in team jerseys while an officiant dons referee garb.

Beyond the Strip, the Jackpot Bar & Grill, tailor-made for Kansas City Chiefs' fans, is selling out $149 tickets for their game day party. Ticket holders will enjoy unlimited drinks and a range of delicious food, including chicken wings and sliders. However, the highlight of the festivities is undoubtedly the whole roast pig, reflecting the enthusiasm and dedication of Chiefs fans.


The excitement surrounding the Super Bowl in Las Vegas is palpable, as evidenced by the overwhelming demand for tickets and accommodations. Private jet parking spots have been fully booked, with ticket prices exceeding $12,000 per person and continuing to rise. Some of the city's most prominent casinos, including the Bellagio and Aria, have seen weekend room rates surpassing $1,400 per night. Moreover, all 37,000 rooms at the 12 MGM Resorts International properties were sold out for Saturday night.

Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft reflects on the transformation of Las Vegas into a true sports capital, noting how professional sports teams were once deemed a distant dream. Now, with Allegiant Stadium situated close to the city center and within walking distance of the Strip, locals and visitors alike can revel in the extraordinary experience of attending a Super Bowl and then crossing the massive pedestrian-only bridge, creating memories that will last a lifetime.


As Las Vegas gears up for the Super Bowl, the city prepares to shine on the world stage, showcasing its ability to host large-scale events and captivate audiences. It's a momentous occasion that solidifies Las Vegas' status as a sports and entertainment powerhouse.

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