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Raiders fans, celebrities come out for Monday night thriller — BLOG

Updated September 13, 2021 - 9:39 pm

The Las Vegas Raiders pulled off a stunner in overtime, beating the Baltimore Ravens 33-27 on Monday Night Football in the team’s first game in front of fans at Allegiant Stadium.

Most of the madness was inside the stadium, but these tailgaters were able to celebrate the win the parking lot just outside.

Raiders fans celebrate the team's 33-27 win over the Baltimore Ravens outside Allegiant Stadium ...
Raiders fans celebrate the team's 33-27 win over the Baltimore Ravens outside Allegiant Stadium on Monday, S1pt. 13, 2021. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

With the win in the books, Raiders fans (and some Ravens fans) made the trek over the Hacienda Bridge at the end of the night.

– 9:30 p.m.

West Coast stars rock halftime

West Coast hip-hop legends Ice Cube and Too $hort performed in front of the crowd of over 61,000 at Allegiant Stadium during Monday’s halftime show. The Raiders trailed the Ravens 14-10 at the half.

-7.20 p.m.

It’s time!

Bruce Buffer and Steve Aoki get the party started as Allegiant Stadium takes the national spotlight for Monday Night Football.

-5:15 p.m.

We recognize these guys

It wouldn’t be Vegas if we didn’t have a few celebs (and wannabe celebs) checking in for a Raiders game.

-5:00 p.m.

Raiders take the field

The Raiders have taken the field. It’s the team’s first time front of fans at Allegiant Stadium for a regular season game.

-4:40 p.m.

Vegas Gameday Live

-3:45 p.m.

Crowd nears Al Davis torch

Fans are packing the area on the Coors Light Landing near the Al Davis Memorial Torch.

-3:30 p.m.

Fans making their way into the stadium

With about 2 hours to go before kickoff, fans are making their way into Allegiant Stadium. The crowd is expected to be at least 65,000 strong by the time the Raiders take the field to face the Ravens tonight.

-3:15 p.m.

Josh Jacobs update

Nothing official from the team at this point but our Vegas Nation insiders believe the Raiders RB is trending in the right direction.

-3:00 p.m.

Anti-vax protesters make an appearance

A small group of protesters showed up at Allegiant stadium Monday afternoon to voice their opinions about the Raiders COVID-19 protocols. The team is requiring fans to show proof of vaccination before attending games at the stadium.

-2:50 p.m.

Tailgaters descend upon Allegiant Stadium lots

Parking lots opened around Allegiant Stadium at 1:00 p.m. and Raider Nation is coming out in full force ahead of tonight’s game. Here’s an early look at tailgting around the stadium.

-1:58 p.m.

Fans line up for vaccines and screenings

Nearly five hours before kickoff, fans started lining up at the COVID vaccine and screening test outside Allegiant Stadium. The Raiders are requiring proof of vaccination for fans attending games at Allegiant Stadium this season.

-1:16 p.m.

Going to the game? Here’s everything you need to know:

Fan’s guide to Allegiant Stadium

Raiders to require proof of COVID vaccination for fans at Allegiant Stadium

Raiders offer alternate vaccination screening for fans attending Monday’s game

Allegiant Stadium: A Field of Dreams

Planning to watch the game at home? Here’s how:

How to watch Raiders-Ravens on MNF

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