Stadium COVID-19 Disclosure and Policy

Allegiant Stadium takes the health and safety of its guests, employees and staff very seriously.

For all other events at Allegiant Stadium: At this time, the vaccine requirement policy applies only to Raiders home games at Allegiant Stadium in keeping with the Governor's State of Nevada Emergency Directive 049. The Raiders and Allegiant Stadium are currently evaluating any application of this policy to other events. For all other events at Allegiant Stadium, all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a face mask while inside the stadium. Individual events held at Allegiant Stadium may also implement heightened COVID-19 protocols, so please read all correspondence regarding an individual event carefully.

For Raiders home games: All ticketed fans ages 12 and over for Raiders home games must provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19 and will NOT be required to wear a face mask while inside the Stadium.

We have partnered with CLEAR Health Pass to provide easy proof of COVID-19 vaccination for faster entry. Ticketed fans are asked to download the CLEAR Health Pass mobile app and complete their COVID-19 proof of vaccination before arriving at Allegiant Stadium. The CLEAR Health Pass only needs to be created once and will be good for the entire season. Instructions to download the app, complete the Health Pass and learn more can be found on the FAQs section of our Plan Your Visit website page here. Please note that buying, or using a fake, adulterated or someone else’s vaccination card may be a criminal offense and may result in ejection from Allegiant Stadium, revocation of ticket licenses and privileges, and/or arrest.

This requirement will remain in place until state and local restrictions related to masks, distancing, or capacity limits are lifted. We will continue to enforce this policy in keeping with State of Nevada and Clark County directives.

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Please note: Allegiant Stadium’s COVID-19 protocols are subject to change as additional information is discovered or provided by the State of Nevada & the CDC.

Last updated September 24, 2021