Las Vegas Bowl Tickets
Stadium: Sam Boyd Stadium
Location: Whitney, Nevada
Previous Name: California Raisin Bowl
Previous Location: Fresno, California
Conference: MWC, Pac-12
Previous Conference: Big West, MAC, WAC
Las Vegas Bowl TicketsThe Las Vegas Bowl originated as the California Raisin Bowl in Fresno, California, in 1981. It was played there until 1991 when it reorganized and relocated, becoming the Las Vegas Bowl in 1992. Since then, the game has been played at the Sam Boyd Stadium just outside Las Vegas in Whitney, Nevada. In 2020, the Las Vegas Bowl will relocate once again to the future Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. Major sponsors have included EA Sports, SEGA Sports, Pioneer, Maaco and GEICO. The current sponsor is Mitsubishi Motors. The Brigham Young Cougars along with the Utah Utes and the Boise State Broncos share the honor of most appearances in the Las Vegas Bowl. Some game MVPs include Erik White (QB) of Bowling Green, Mike Crawford (LB) of Nevada, Austin Collie (WR) of BYU, Cody Kessler (QB) of USC and Cedric Wilson Jr. (WR) of Boise State. Check out StubHub for your Las Vegas Bowl tickets!
How big is the Sam Boyd Stadium?The stadium has a seating capacity of 36,800, expandable to 40,000. Built in 1971, it is owned and operated by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and it is the home field for the UNLV Rebels football team. It is an open, horseshoe-shaped stadium with natural grass turf.
How much are Las Vegas Bowl tickets?The Las Vegas Bowl takes place before Christmas and New Year’s Day, and tickets generally start around $100. After the champion teams are announced, tickets become much more scarce and much more expensive. It is a good idea to grab your tickets and parking passes early so that you can be sure to attend this year’s Las Vegas Bowl.
How do I get Las Vegas Bowl tickets?Purchasing your tickets at StubHub is the safest, fastest and most convenient way to get Las Vegas Bowl tickets. With their FanProtect guarantee, you can be certain you are getting the best seats at the most affordable prices.
What is a Las Vegas Bowl game like?Historically, the Las Vegas Bowl game has some of the most committed fans, and most often, the game is sold out. In fact, during a few Brigham Young appearances, Sam Boyd Stadium was actually filled above capacity. In 2015 during the game between BYU and Utah, 42,213 fans were in attendance. This number was the second-highest sporting event attendance in state history. There is live entertainment right from the Las Vegas strip, ensuring a bowl experience like no other. It’s a high-energy and enthusiastic day for people of all ages to enjoy.
What is the tailgating scene like at the Las Vegas Bowl?Las Vegas is the perfect backdrop to the Bud Light Pre-Game Fan Fest. It’s where you want to be for the best tailgating party in the business on game day. You will have access to food, drink, games, live music and a “ ”battle of the bands“ ” contest from competing area schools. During the week leading up to the Las Vegas Bowl, you can find tons of activities to enjoy, such as the Team’s Hotel Arrival. This event welcomes the players to the City of Lights with a quintessential Elvis impersonator. The teams volunteer their time to work with Opportunity Village, an organization that helps adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. They also volunteer with Goody Two Shoes, an organization that provides new shoes to underprivileged children. The Fremont Street Experience Pep Rally, held the night before the big game, is where fans of both teams build excitement with a traditional pep rally that includes the players, mascots, coaches and cheerleaders as well as live music.
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