Allegiant Stadium is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue that hosts a variety of events. It is the home stadium for the Las Vegas Raiders, UNLV Rebels Football, and Super Bowl LVIII on February 11, 2024.

In addition to football games, Allegiant Stadium also hosts concerts, festivals, and other special events throughout the year.

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Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas

  • Allegiant Stadium is a climate-controlled indoor stadium.
  • Whether you’re attending a Raiders game or a concert, Allegiant Stadium has an electric atmosphere that will get you pumped up for the event.
  • Allegiant Stadium has an impressive sleek and modern design. Its unique silver and black exterior is a nod to the Raiders’ team colors.
  • Allegiant Stadium hosts tours on non-event days.

Allegiant Stadium is home to the Las Vegas Raiders and UNLV. It also hosts concerts, sporting events, and more.

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Allegiant Stadium Seating Chart

If you’re planning to attend an event at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, you can expect a top-notch seating experience. The stadium offers a variety of seating options for different events, including Las Vegas Raiders games and concerts.

Here’s the Allegiant Stadium seating chart for football games:

Allegiant Stadium Seating Chart

Allegiant Stadium Capacity

For Raiders football games, Allegiant Stadium’s capacity is 65,000. The stadium’s capacity can expand to nearly 72,000 for special events and concerts.

Where is Allegiant Stadium?

Allegiant Stadium is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, about one mile from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip at 3333 Al Davis Way, Las Vegas, NV 89118.

Hotels Near Allegiant Stadium

Allegiant Stadium is about a 15-minute walk from Delano and Mandalay Bay, the closest hotels to the stadium.

Luxor is also close to Allegiant Stadium and is has an awesome tailgate area on game days.

For those willing to walk a little further Excalibur, Tropicana, New York New York, and MGM Grand are all less than a mile and half away.

How much does parking cost at Allegiant Stadium? 

Parking is horrible. Please don’t do it. If you do, parking costs $100 or more.

You may also park at various casinos like Mandalay Bay and Luxor–event pricing generally costs $25-$50 with about a half-mile walk to the stadium.

How much are concessions at Allegiant Stadium?

Allegiant Stadium’s concessions are very expensive, and you should expect to spend $20 per cocktail and $16 per beer for drinks.

If you want snacks, you should expect to pay $15-$30 for an entree and $8-$12 for a hot dog or popcorn.

Only T-Mobile ArenaThe Colosseum, and a few others are more expensive.

Allegiant Stadium Review

I have been to quite a few events at Allegiant Stadium. From seeing the Las Vegas Raiders to The Rolling Stones, I’ve enjoyed my experiences at the stadium.

The guest experience at Allegiant Stadium is the best in Las Vegas. There are numerous large venues in Las Vegas, but the staff at Allegiant Stadium stand out with their helpfulness and courteous attitude.

Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium (Credit: Jeremy Koering)

Seating & Views

I have sat in the 300-level, 200-level, and 100-level on separate occasions, and I have also been on the floor for two events.

The views are great, especially for sporting events. 

If you’re going to Allegiant Stadium for football, there isn’t a bad seat in the building. 

I always recommend getting as close as possible if you’re attending a concert. It’s not only because the views are better.

Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones at Allegiant Stadium (Credit: Jeremy Koering)

Audio & Sound

I love concerts. I don’t love concerts in stadiums and arenas. The reason why is they usually sound terrible. Unfortunately, this is true at Allegiant Stadium. 

Allegiant Stadium is a closed arena. The echos and audio are terrible unless you’re right in front of a stack of speakers or are close to the stage.

I sat in the 300-level and stood at the Coors Lite Landing during Guns ‘N Roses. The sound wasn’t good. As I left, I poked my head into the 100-level, and the sound was pretty good. 

The next concert at Allegiant Stadium I went to was The Rolling Stones. I got a floor ticket in the front pit, and the sound was great. 

I could hear every lyric from Mick Jagger, and the riffs from Keith Richards were flawless. Plus, the crowd singing along was unbelievable. 

When I saw Metalica, I was a bit further back on the floor, and the experience was similar to seeing The Stones. The music was clear, and you could hear what was said without echoes.

Metallica at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
Metallica at Allegiant Stadium (Credit: Jeremy Koering)

Concessions & Food

The prices are what you would expect at a stadium, and you should expect to spend $15-$20 for adult beverages and about $20 for a meal. 

I was surprised that snacks like popcorn and pretzels were cheaper than other venues like T-Mobile Arena.

Allegiant Stadium has a great mixture of classic stadium foods, local favorites, and celebrity chefs.

Metallica Crowd at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas
Metallica Crowd at Allegiant Stadium (Credit: Jeremy Koering)


If you’re heading to Allegiant Stadium, I recommend getting tickets as close as you can afford. Pregame at Mandalay Bay or Luxor. Enjoy the atmosphere.

The staff is friendly, and they create a phenomenal game day (or event day) experience.