Las Vegas Events exists to secure events for the destination and then ensure their success. No destination in the world has the tools Las Vegas has to enhance the fan experience. Through "Signature Events," LVE connects hotels and the city with producers and their sponsors and are melded into a marketing partnership that transforms an event into a menu more like a festival. The Las Vegas resort properties are seasoned event producers capable of customizing events that further enhance the fan experience and provide more value to your sponsors.
The United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Open Championships is the world's largest annual participatory sporting event, attracting between 7,500 and 14,000 five-player teams (38,000-70,000 participants). Bowlers compete for an estimated prize fund between $4.5 - $7.5 million. Bowlers come from all 50 states and numerous foreign countries.
The 16th annual MGM Resorts NBA Summer League will feature all 30 NBA teams playing five games apiece during the 10-day, 75-game event. After every team plays four games, the two teams with the best records from the first four games will meet in the Championship Game on Aug. 17.
Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival is an annual three-day celebration, located in Downtown Las Vegas, where people from all walks of life come together and create an experience centered in the universal languages of music, art, food and connectivity.
See all of your favorite drivers in fabulous Las Vegas during the Fall NASCAR Weekend. The event weekend includes the South Point 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, the NASCAR Xfinity Series race, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race and the Star Nursery 100 NASCAR K&N Pro Series race at The Dirt Track.
Considered North America's largest electronic musical festival, EDC is a three-day event that combines a one-of-a-kind electronic musical festival with an array of attractions, full-sized carnival rides and art installations.
The world's premier bull riding organization, PBR features the Top 35 bull riders in the world and the top bulls in the business. The bull rider who earns the most world standings points during the season will receive the coveted gold World Championship belt buckle and a $1 million bonus.
The Mint 400 is the oldest and most prestigious off-road race in America and is held in the treacherous foothills of Sin City. The multi-day event features a massive vehicle parade down the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, a two-day festival on historic Fremont Street and two days of grueling off-road racing on a desolate and punishing 400-mile racecourse.
The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is the season-ending championship event for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and is widely acknowledged to be the richest and most prestigious rodeo in the world. The event showcases the top livestock and 15 contestants in seven events, all vying for a share of the $10 million purse and coveted PRCA Gold Buckle.
The only official gift show of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Cowboy Christmas has been a Las Vegas tradition since 1986. Running concurrently with the Wrangler NFR, Cowboy Christmas features more than 500,000 square feet of show floor and more than 350 exhibitors from across the United States.
The Junior World Finals presented by YETI runs concurrently with the Wrangler NFR and features the best young talent in nine events over ten days of competition. More than 800 youth contestants will vie for a championship buckle and hopefully take home the all-around trailer presented by Rodeo Rigs.
The World Series of Team Roping produces the largest team-roping event in the world and acts as the Finals for the organization that puts on more than 140 qualification events nationally and internationally. The event runs during the Wrangler NFR and consists of eight days of team roping competition with a total payout of $13 million dollars.
The Las Vegas Bowl is an annual NCAA Division post-season college football bowl game with an SEC representative playing in even-numbered years and the Big Ten in odd-numbered years against a top team from the Pac-12. The bowl is owned and operated by ESPN Events and played at the 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium.
The New Year's Eve festivities include both the themed fireworks extravaganza on the Las Vegas Strip and the live concerts and fireworks under the canopy at Fremont Street Experience. As a culmination to a full year of planning, Fireworks by Grucci will coordinate a pyrotechnic display from the seven locations along the Las Vegas Strip.
The Rock 'n' Roll Las Vegas Half Marathon is held on the Las Vegas Strip and the world's largest nighttime running event. Runners and spectators enjoy a weekend of festivities leading up to the race and can register for the half marathon or 10K, as well as the 5K. All courses are lined with musical entertainment experiences as well as headliner concerts after the Saturday 5K and before the Sunday events.
The Spring NASCAR Weekend includes three days of NASCAR with races from each of NASCAR's three premier series, the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Formed in 1952, the West Coast Conference has become a nationally recognized and competitive force, while sponsoring 15 NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletic sports. The winners of both the men's and women's tournaments receive an automatic bid to the NCAA basketball tournament.
The Pac-12 Conference Women's Basketball Tournament has been held annually since 2002 and is the concluding tournament for all 12 teams. The tournament determines the team that will automatically advance to compete in the NCAA basketball tournament.
The Mountain West Basketball Championships features twenty-two teams (11 men's teams and 11 women's teams) competing to win the conference championship and secure an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's basketball tournament.
The Pac-12 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament is the annual concluding tournament for conference, taking place in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena. The tournament determines the team that will automatically advance to compete in the NCAA basketball tournament.