Increases were shown in May in visitor volume, convention attendance, airport passenger traffic, room rates and gaming win for the month, according to the LVCVA report.
1. CES — Consumer Technology Association
2. NAB — National Association of Broadcasters
3. MAGIC — Marketplace Spring Show
4. SHOT Show — Shooting, Hunting & Outdoor Trade Show
5. World of Concrete
6. International Builders Show
7. Las Vegas Market (winter)
8. Las Vegas Market (summer)
9. ASD Market Week
10. (tie) Mr. Olympia.
10. (tie) PMMI — Pack Expo Las Vegas
See the full list of Las Vegas conventions.
More than 200 exhibitors are expected at the event, hosted by the American Gaming Association, which showcases the latest gaming technology.
The Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved the monorail agreement for the project, paving way for the underground transportation system featuring a fleet of Teslas to include five initial downtown stops.
After a more than five-year hiatus, the Vegas Chamber is bringing back its Business Expo this week.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s board of directors unanimously approved benefits for Service Emp;oyees International Union Local 1107 employees.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s compensation committee has recommended 4% pay raises in July for 240 workers affiliated with the union.
Displays of fine diamonds, gems and stones line the aisle of the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry and Watch Show.
More than 11,000 attendees and 250 exhibitors were drawn to the three-day Licensing Expo, which returned after a nearly three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The organizers behind the Licensing Expo offered a sneak peek at the announcements, brands and trends on tap before the event opens to the public Tuesday.
It didn’t take long for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s board of directors to unanimously approve its 2022-23 fiscal budget of $398 million.
Licensing Expo, the world’s largest licensing event, will be back in action Tuesday through Thursday at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
A $597.6 million project that was delayed by COVID-19 will start up next year after the massive ConExpo-Con/Ag construction trade show in March.
The overall message from the movie theater industry is: “We are back.” Normalcy is returning with screenings, stars and a robust slate of 2022 films.
Stymied by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and 2021, the NAB trade show — annually one of the city’s largest — opens its doors for a five-day event Saturday.
Meetings planners, resorts, developers, government leaders and regulators need to have a unified strategy to keep gaming revenue growing.