Step Inside: Allegiant Stadium – Home of the Las Vegas Raiders

Stadium History | Parking & Admission | Seating & Capacity | Food & Concessions

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Venue Quick Facts
Venue Name Allegiant Stadium
Location Las Vegas, NV
Address 3333 Al Davis Way, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Phone # (725) 780-2000
Capacity 65,000
Opened July 31, 2020
Architect Manica Architecture

Allegiant Stadium is the home field of the NFL’s first Las Vegas football team, the Las Vegas Raiders. Only a short drive after being greeted by the landmark “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign, Allegiant Stadium sits on the edge of the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada and offers one of its best views by design. The state-of-the-art stadium, nicknamed “The Death Star” for its stark, futuristic exterior bearing the Raiders’ Silver and Black, features large sliding window walls facing the Strip as well as a translucent domed roof.

Allegiant Stadium History

Allegiant Stadium opened in 2020, becoming home to the NFL’s newly-relocated Las Vegas Raiders and the University of Nevada’s football team, UNLV Rebels. The stadium is the second most expensive in the world, with a construction cost of $1.9 billion, and it features 10 levels with 2,200 TVs, 75,000 square feet of video boards, more than 10 event spaces and a 92-foot-tall, 3D-printed torch honoring late Raiders owner Al Davis.

The domed, translucent roof and climate-controlled interior create an oasis effect in the desert climate, and the stadium has an elevated focus on sustainability to address its local climate, donating an average of 11,000 pounds of food waste per event, implementing groundwater dewatering stations to subsidize irrigation and installing energy efficient lights and air-conditioning.

Allegiant Stadium was selected to host Super Bowl LVIII in 2024. Ahead of the 2023-24 season, the venue received its first upgrade with the addition of new club level suites in preparation for the first Super Bowl held in Nevada. The stadium has previously hosted the NFL’s Pro Bowl for two consecutive years, in 2022 and 2023. 

Aside from its main football configuration, Allegiant Stadium has also played host to world-renowned performers and events. Since opening, the Las Vegas stadium has seen acts such as The Rolling Stones, Beyoncé, Garth Brooks, Metallica, Elton John and Bad Bunny. It has also been the home to the annual Las Vegas Bowl college football game, WWE SummerSlam and the international CONCACAF Gold Cup. Allegiant Stadium was named by Billboard as the most profitable stadium in 2022 with a total gross of over $182 million.

Parking and Admission at Allegiant Stadium

Allegiant Stadium recommends buying parking, which is available via Ticketmaster, in advance. With more than 35,000 parking spots within 1 mile of the stadium, guests will be sure to find the perfect spot for themselves. Tailgating is allowed for football games at Allegiant Stadium, but make sure you are parking in the specific 6,000 spots dedicated to tailgating; the onsite tailgating lots are A, B, C, E, F, G, H and J and the offsite tailgating lots are T, V, U, X, W, S, Z and N. Tailgating will be allowed 4 hours before the start of the game and must end by kickoff. Gates are open four hours prior to football games and three hours before other events.

There are also multiple pickup and dropoff locations for rideshares. For fans taking public transit, the RTC Deuce bus runs 24/7 every 15 minutes and can be purchased on the RTC app.

When entering Allegiant Stadium, bags can’t be bigger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″ and must be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC. There are exceptions for medical bags. No other bags are allowed besides clutches smaller than 4.5″ x 6.5″ x 2″ and clear plastic fanny packs. Backpacks, diaper bags, purses, and camera bags are not allowed. Banners and signs are allowed as long as they do not block existing signage, patrons’ views or are commercial in nature. Small cameras with lenses smaller than 6″ are allowed. Weapons of any kind are not allowed.

Other prohibited items include, but are not limited to aerosol cans, recording devices, balloons, drones, fireworks, outside food and beverages, non-service animals, strollers, laptops, inappropriate attire, noisemakers, hard-sided containers, laser lights or flashlights and projectiles. Permitted items include binoculars, blankets, breast pumps/feeding supplies and small handheld TVs and radios.

Allegiant Stadium Capacity & Seating Options

Las Vegas Raiders seating chart
See all Allegiant Stadium seating charts.

With a 65,000-seat capacity and more than 100 suite options, guests will be able to find the perfect seat for them and their group. Along with the thousands of general seating options, Allegiant Stadium is proud to feature a number of premium seating offerings, including luxury suites and premium Loge seating. The luxury suites can host between 18–26 guests and feature VIP parking, early stadium access, in-suite restrooms, VIP entrances, catering and premium beverage options and access to all 200-level clubs. The Loge is for a maximum of four guests and features four luxury recliners and spectacular sightlines, as well as all the amenities of luxury suites.

There are also a number of exclusive clubs and lounges throughout Allegiant Stadium, including the Modelo Cantina Club, the Twitch Lounge and the Wynn Field Club. The Wynn Field Club is on the ground floor of the entire north end zone. Equipped with a DJ, 5-star food options, bottle service, four private bars and 42 TVs, fans can enjoy the game while experiencing the luxury of a private club.

Food & Beverage Options at Allegiant Stadium

Allegiant Stadium hosts a wide array of food and beverage options., Be sure to check out some of the diverse and exciting food options like Neon Dog, Pizza Rock, Clyde’s Hot Chicken, Pacha Mamas, BBQ Mexicana, Capriotti’s, Picanha Steak and Boomtown Burgers. If you’re looking for a specific drink, odds are you will find it at one of the numerous bars and drink venues throughout the stadium. Notable drink options at Allegiant Stadium include the Modelo Bar, Jack Daniels Bar, 1800 Bar, Blue Moon Bar, 1960 Bar, Torch Bar and Coors Light Bar.

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