Allegiant Stadium and Wynn Field Club Bring Nightlife to the Gridiron
Wynn is one of the most recognizable names in Vegas. With a variety of nightlife offerings, and one of the
Wynn is one of the most recognizable names in Vegas. With a variety of nightlife offerings, and one of the most famous hotels on the strip, the Wynn Las Vegas name is a staple. And Allegiant Stadium, the new multi-billion dollar home of the Raiders, is quickly becoming a Vegas landmark as well. So a dream team pairing of Wynn and Allegiant? Absolutely marvelous. Wynn announced today that they’re working in partnership with Allegiant to create a nightlife experience right off the field for visitors wanting a specialized, lux entertainment venue.
Wynn + Allegiant
Today, Wynn made an exciting announcement about their newest Vegas project. Later this year, the Wynn Field Club will open at Allegiant. The Field Club will provide guests with the luxury and excitement of the Wynn Nightlife experience just feet from the home field of the Raiders. Built at field level, the Wynn Field Club spans the entire length of the north end zone, and nearly 11,000 square feet. Guests with tickets to the venue will have access to world-class DJs, premium bottle service and over-the-top Vegas experience.
A press release for the partnership shares, “‘The Wynn team specializes in creating one-of-a-kind quality guest experiences. The Wynn Field Club is no exception,’ said Matt Maddox, CEO of Wynn Resorts.
‘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,’ said Raiders President Marc Badain.”
With 42 televisions, a 9’ x 35’ LED screen, a 45,000-watt sound system, and two DJ booths, guests will be transported deep into the heart of a Wynn nightclub, all while watching their favorite team or venue experience.
Allegiant Took Three Years to Build
Allegiant will have its first 2021 event this July, when Garth Brooks takes the stage. The 70,000-capacity venue took three years and $2 billion to build. Allegiant wasn’t just built with private funding like most sporting venues, this one was build with nearly 40% funding from the city of Las Vegas – approximately $750 million in public funds.
The black and silver stadium boasts lanai doors that open to give guests a view of the Vegas strip, and a translucent ceiling to allow light during day games. Nearby UNLV will also play on the Raiders’ home turf, which opened last fall, just in time to welcome the Raiders to their new home in Las Vegas.
MSN News shares, “Unlike many other modern football structures, Allegiant Stadium does not have a video board hanging down from its roof. Instead, there are large monitors spread around the perimeter of the stands. The choice to forgo a central screen came from a desire to maintain a full translucent roof.
Another defining feature of Allegiant Stadium — perhaps the defining feature — is an 85-foot eternal ‘flame’ honoring late Raiders owner Al Davis. It was created via 3D printer and is made of carbon fiber and aluminum.”
Due to the COVID pandemic, only games have happened at the venue, which also provides a perfect platform for entertainment performances. Brooks’ performance in July will mark a new stage for the venue and the promise of more great concerts to come.
Wynn’s Big Year
Despite the pandemic, Wynn Las Vegas has had a promising year. While they’ve suffered the same setbacks and struggles as everyone in the hospitality industry, the end of 2020 and beginning of 2021 has also brought a lot of hope. In March, Wynn announced the chef for the imminent opening of a roaring ’20’s-themed supper club named Delilah. With world-famous chef Joshua Smith at the helm, Delilah’s promises to be an exciting new Vegas locale.
While the Wynn Field Club won’t open until Brooks takes the stage this summer, the Wynn nightclubs are back in full swing starting June 1. Wynn Encore Beach Club will be hosting Meduza, David Guetta, Diplo, The Chainsmokers and Dillon Francis in June, Alesso and Diesel in July.
And Wynn’s partnership with Allegiant will bring the signature class and Wynn experience to a whole new group of guests. For those who love the comfort and service of a private box but want to mix and mingle with other fans, the Field Club offers the perfect step-above stadium seating.
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