With tourism volume nearing pre-pandemic levels, Clark County doesn’t expect to again dip into a debt reserve account to make the next scheduled bond payment for Allegiant Stadium.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has launched a marketing campaign to encourage couples looking for a wedding destination to say “I do” in Las Vegas.
United Airlines is adding 44 new flights to and from Las Vegas in January to serve an anticipated surge in demand for CES, the airline has announced.
Thundercat, Madlib among other stand-outs during the three-day hip-hop and R&B festival’s opening night.
UNLV’s Center for Business Economic Research hosted its annual economic forecasting event, noting Southern Nevada’s economy still remains vulnerable to surges in COVID-19 cases.
Clark County Department of Aviation Director Rosemary Vassiliadis said she and other area tourism officials have been counting down the days for the return of overseas flights.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association convention and trade show capped its weeklong event in Las Vegas with the SEMA Ignited post-show festival starting Friday afternoon.
Work crews at the MSG Sphere at The Venetian project have begun the framing for interior screens and sound system on the $1.66 billion, 17,500-seat entertainment venue.
Vegas Chamber’s largest networking and forecasting event, Preview Las Vegas, to be at Allegiant Stadium on Jan. 18.
The company that operates the Strat says it hasn’t seen any effects — good or bad — from the opening of Resorts World Las Vegas in June.
The National Association of Broadcasters, which brings between 90,000 and 100,000 broadcasting professionals to Las Vegas every April, is returning in 2022.
More than 100,000 car enthusiasts from across the country are expected to attend SEMA, the speciality equipment automotive show that starts Tuesday.
With the interstate going from three lanes on the Nevada side to two on the California side, traffic can back up over 20 miles on some busy holiday weekends.
Resorts World Las Vegas has acquired a 262-seat commercial airplane for private charter flights, the property announced Friday.
The ultra-low-cost carrier flew almost 3.9 million passengers in the third quarter, up from just over 2 million during the same period last year.