Las Vegas has always been one to go all out when it comes to extravagant nightlife, experiences and all around caper. So it should come as no surprise that the now Las Vegas Raiders have a club built into their stadium, Wynn Field Club.
The Las Vegas Raiders have yet to see a crowd in their brand new arena, the Allegiant Stadium. Breaking ground in 2017 and obtaining its certificate of occupancy during COVID in July 2020. The Raiders played their entire 2020 season without the loyal fan base cheering them on from the stands, as is the case for most professional teams and industries. With aggressive reopening plans, Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium will allow fans to experience this state-of-the-arc arena in the 2021 season.
Magnificent in itself, one huge highlight, and total Vegas ‘move’, is the nearly 11,000 square foot venue situated at field level which will span the north end zone.
Wynn Field Club will boast performances from some of EDM’s most talented DJs from Wynn Nightlife’s roster including: Dillon Francis, Diplo, David Guetta, Carnage, Kygo and so many others. All the while watching the Las Vegas Raiders field-side.
The end zone club will feature a massive video display, 29 private booths, 42 TV’s, 4 bars, 2 DJ booths with an occupancy of over 700 and an experience unlike another.
You can be the first to get updates as to when Wynn Field Club will begin operations here, and see some renders of the club below.