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The Chelsea is an elegant and classy theater of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Concerts, seminars, private receptions and similar events are held here. They also play host to a number of sporting events like Ultimate Fighting Championships.
The MGM Grand Garden Arena, which was designed after New York's Madison Square Garden, is specially acclaimed for hosting championship boxing fights and seats 16,800 people. It is also home of the the annual Billboard Music Awards, the annual Academy of Country Music Awards, the Andre Agassi Grand Slam for Children Benefit, as well as great concerts and other sporting and special events.
The Earl E. Wilson Baseball Stadium was built upon the site originally occupied by the Rebel Field, the UNLV's Hustlin' Rebels' original home. The stadium was completed in 1994 and has since been refurbished to maximize the comfort of the 3,000 spectators that can be accommodated here. The stadium is touted as one of the country's finest arenas for college baseball and for good reason. The Earl E. Wilson Baseball Stadium remains the home field of the UNLV's baseball team, attracting large crowds of cheering fans on game days.
Catering to both sports fans and connoisseurs of music, Orleans Arena is the place to visit if you want a piece of action in the city. Whether it's a martial arts championship or Disney on Ice, the Arena has it all. Enjoy the various amenities, such as wheelchair accessible seats and restrooms, eateries and ample parking space. Cheer the baseball, football and soccer teams or lend your ear to your favorite musical artist. You can book a VIP room, which comes with a special menu that panders to your taste buds if you want to watch an event in style.
Located on the University of Nevada Las Vegas campus, the state-of-the-art Thomas & Mack Center sports and entertainment facility is the perfect location to watch live events in Las Vegas. The center hosts sporting events like boxing matches and basketball games to the annual NFR Rodeo, a variety of music concerts and family entertainment such as Disney on Ice, Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey circus.
If you are around Cashman Center, you simply can't miss this stadium. Since 1983, Cashman Field has been entertaining Las Vegas locals and visitors alike with a wide variety of sporting events hosted here. Since 2018, this multi-purpose stadium is home to the Las Vegas Lights Football Club playing in the United Soccer League Championship. Between 1983 to 2018, Cashman Field was home to the Las Vegas 51s and was primarily a baseball stadium. Visiting Cashman Field to catch an exciting game of soccer is a must for sports enthusiasts while in the city.
Home to the University of Nevada Las Vegas football team, Sam Boyd Stadium hosts a wide variety of entertainment and sporting events. These events include the Las Vegas Bowl in late December, Runnin' Rebels home games and various concerts. The stadium also occasionally is home to various international soccer and rugby events.
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway has both a one and 1/2-mile speedway and short-track offerings of a 3/8-mile paved oval track, a dirt track and drag strip. This facility is considered to be one of the best in the industry with NASCAR events throughout the year, such as Sam's Town 300. Several driving schools are affiliated with the track, including Richard Petty Driving Experience, Dream Racing, and Exotics Racing