Dozens of Las Vegas conventions and business gatherings changed dates multiple times due to the pandemic. Most have set new 2021 dates.
SEMA, the Specialty Equipment Market Association trade show showcasing aftermarket automotive equipment, will take place during its usual early November time slot later this year.
A document set up to assist in the LVCVA budgeting process shows what conventions are coming to the Las Vegas Convention Center in 2022-23.
Through a partnership with Clear Channel Outdoor Americas, Resorts World Las Vegas will generate advertising revenue with ads on its massive Strip-facing video screen.
The Consumer Technology Association announced CES 2022 will take place for four days starting Jan. 5.
The LVCVA’s new ad campaign, “Vegas You,” launched Monday with the release of “The Dance” video.
Freeman sold its 38.3-acre industrial property in the southwest valley to a San Diego investment firm and rented it back for 15 years with three five-year extension options.
“The demand for everything related to home is just really strong at retail and that was apparent here,” said Bob Maricich, CEO of International Market Centers, said of the home furnishings trade show.
Vendors and buyers at the downtown Las Vegas event welcomed the show as a sign of recovery and a step toward normalcy.
Worre Studios has two 5G networks, a stage in the round and 65-million-pixel screens that will take virtual events abroad and serve as a supplement for local events.
Drilling began in November 2019 and on Thursday, media members got their first look at the Tesla-centered $52.5 million Convention Center transit system.
Take a look inside the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s $989 million, 1.4-million-square-foot West Hall expansion.
MGM Resorts has expanded its Convene with Confidence program to bring back conventions and meetings.
With large events being allowed at reduced capacity, Las Vegas officials expect traffic congestion downtown this week for the Las Vegas Market show.