Allegiant Stadium, home of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders, is set to open a new nightlife space through a partnership with Wynn Resorts.
The nightclub concept will debut at a premier location with Allegiant Stadium later in the year. Wynn Resorts has agreed a deal to become the official nightlife partner of the Raiders and Allegiant Stadium, as well as an official gaming partner of the team.
Wynn Field Club will be situated at field level and span the entire length of the stadium’s north end zone. The space will span 11,000 square feet and will feature appearances from Wynn Nightlife’s roster of DJs and premium bottle service.
The club has been designed by MANICA Architecture to complement the architectural style of Allegiant Stadium and the Raiders brand. The space’s audiovisual package will consist of 42 televisions, a nine-foot by 35-foot LED screen, a 45,000-watt sound system and two DJ booths.
Wynn Resorts Las Vegas will also have access to special events, behind-the-scenes experiences and branding opportunities.
Raiders president Marc Badain said: “Allegiant Stadium welcomes the addition of the Wynn Field Club, where guests will be able to enjoy a distinctive stadium experience that is one-of-a-kind in the sports and entertainment capital of the world.
The 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium opened last year but Raiders fans have not been able to attend games at the venue due to COVID-19 restrictions. There is growing optimism that the stadium can open at full capacity next season as infection rates fall in the US and the roll-out of vaccinations continues.
Allegiant Stadium recently launched a virtual recruitment drive to fill up to 2,200 new part-time game-day positions ahead of the return of fans. The stadium has been awarded hosting rights to this year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup final on August 1, with details about attendance and ticketing to be announced nearer the time.
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