The NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders and Allegiant Stadium have announced plans to elevate and expand their premium suite offerings, with construction beginning in 2023.
Renovations will begin in February and will offer newly created suites on the 100 level of Allegiant Stadium occupying spaces where both the Modelo Cantina Club and Twitch Lounge are also located.
Ahead of the announcement, the Las Vegas Raiders conducted a market study with current suite owners and single event buyers seeking feedback regarding possible suite features and amenities.
Completion for the expansion project is expected for early fall, ahead of the start of the Raiders regular season, prior to marquee events and concerts including Ed Sheeran and P!NK, as well as in advance preparation for hosting Super Bowl LVIII in 2024.
Sandra Douglass Morgan, president of the Las Vegas Raiders said:
Enhancing the guest experience is an ongoing priority at Allegiant Stadium. By combining the best sightlines and outstanding service, these new club level suites will have guests immersed in the action, while still enjoying a premium and exclusive experience.
The project is just one of many upgrades coming to Allegiant Stadium in the new year and beyond. The Raiders will launch a deposit campaign for all suite and loge seat products beginning Wednesday, February 1.
The global events venue was recently named the most profitable stadium of 2022 by Billboard, as well as was ranked #1 for overall game day satisfaction as published by independent NFL fan survey, Voice of the Fan.
PSAM editor John Sheehan caught up with Yves De Cocker, Managing Director of PitchTecConcept, who explains how his company bridges the gap between sports organisations and the technology used in the playing surface industry.
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The interview covers:
Yves 20+ years industry leading experience in the evolution of hybrid grass, trends he has noticed and some of the notable projects he has been involved with
The key reasons for Yves launching PitchTecConcept
Common mistakes often made with playing surface management
The steps he offers as a bridge between the industry and the end user
Advice to clubs looking to maximise their event calendars without compromising on the performance of their playing surface