In 2017, the Super Bowl was held in a city where fans were forced to pay to enter, while a majority of the population were still struggling with the fallout from the devastating earthquake.
The city was also the home of the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, who won Super Bowl LI in 2016.
The following year, the NFL relocated its home games to Los Angeles.
Las Vegas is now home to the NFL, which hosts the 2019 Super Bowl.
The stadium is located just one mile away from the famous gates of the Grand Canyon, the world’s largest waterfall.
If you are traveling to Vegas, you should definitely be planning ahead, because gates are set to close at midnight on Monday.
“The gate is about an hour before the game is going to start,” said Matthew Ketterer, senior producer for ESPN’s NFL Total Access.
“So if you get there, you are going to have to be at your destination and ready to go.”
It is the second-most popular sport in Las Vegas.
The Vegas Golden Knights have been the league’s most successful team since their franchise opened in 2000.
They finished the 2017-18 season with an 11-4-1 record, with seven of their wins coming by a combined four points.
This year, Vegas has been one of the league leaders in attendance, according to Forbes.
The NHL has also been one to consistently attract more fans.
According to the league, the average home game attracted 1.4 million fans, up from 1.2 million in 2016 and 1.1 million in 2017.
The average away game drew 2.3 million, up a whopping 50 percent over 2016.
“If you want to get in and see the game, you need to go to the stadium,” said Ketterers brother, Jeff Kettgers, an NFL Network analyst.
“It’s going to be pretty crowded.”
You can also watch the Superbowl on the big screen at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Las Vegas, where there will be a line out the door to get a ticket.
You can buy tickets online, at select retailers or by calling 702-869-0188.
For the first time in its history, a majority (59 percent) of Las Vegas residents have voted in the presidential election, according an ABC News/Washington Post poll released on Monday, which found that 57 percent of Nevadans said they were voting for Democrat Donald Trump and 37 percent said they voted for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The poll found that 70 percent of Nevada voters are Democrats, compared to 38 percent who are Republicans.
Nevada is a state that has been considered one of Trump’s strongest strongholds, but he lost the state to Democrat Hillary by just 1.3 points.
The 2016 election was also a pivotal moment in the state’s history, when a racially charged and anti-Trump riot broke out in Las Ramblas.
Nearly 1,000 people were arrested for rioting, and more than 2,000 businesses were vandalized.
According the New York Times, a lot of people thought Trump was going to win the state.
“He was in the lead in the polls and he lost by a lot,” said Dave Cairncross, an executive at the Clark County Sheriffs Department.
“There’s a lot to be excited about in the next six months.”