Super Bowl “Homecoming” Party

It has been announced that a section of land set aside for the future facilities of Wynn Resort, located on the Las Vegas Strip, will be used for the Super Bowl weekend special.


The 38-acre Bean Wynn West site, which runs directly across Las Vegas Boulevard from the Angkor and Wynn Resorts, will host a homecoming series and the Taco Bell Innovation Summit Feb. 8-11, which is in compliance with Clark County’s documents. In this regard, Wynn Resorts acquired the We Bean site for $336 million in 2017. At the time, the company was looking to build a third hotel tower in Las Vegas that would add 2,000 to 3,000 rooms.

Furthermore, according to documents, entertainment is supposed to be performed daily by DJs or live performers, with between 2,500 and 4,000 participants per night.

H. Wood, a hospitality group from California that is the owner of Deliah, a popular spot in Wynn, will host Homecoming, a Super Bowl party held annually in Las Vegas. In addition, Taco Bell was a regular event sponsor at previous Homecoming parties.

Popular rapper Drake has been on stage at every event in Phoenix and Los Angeles for the past two years, respectively.

When contacted for comment on the upcoming event in Las Vegas, a spokesperson for H. Wood said details about the performers and other plans would be announced shortly.

Temporary structures:

It plans to build 12,000 square feet of sponsor tents and 41,300 square feet of main tents on the site. Also, the temporary facilities will be built between Jan. 25 and Feb. 7. Demolition will begin on Feb. 13, after the upcoming Super Bowl weekend. 에볼루션 바카라사이트

In this regard, the aforementioned main tent is intended to reach a height of 73 feet, and the sponsor tent is set at 45 feet. In addition, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, a VIP waiting area, a portable bathroom, and a back-of-house space are involved in the plan.