A Year-Long Planning Process: How Game Presentation of Super Bowl LVIII Influences Next Year’s Party in New Orleans

With schedules being released, dates for team Media Days being put on the calendar, and mandatory minicamp being just around the corner, the National Football League is preparing for another rollercoaster season. After the summer months, the rest of 2024 will be dedicated to setting up the postseason that’ll culminate in Super Bowl LIX in New Orleans. All eyes will be on the Crescent City on Feb. 9, 2025, but how does the league use the previous year’s Super Bowl to plan the next season’s title game? At the SVG Venue Summit, the league was joined by the Las Vegas Raiders and Van Wagner — the NFL’s in-venue production partner — to discuss the execution of gameday elements of Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium, the logistical and technological challenges that were overcome, and more.

This conversation includes:

  • Bob Becker, Van Wagner, President of Productions
  • Aric Carpenter, Allegiant Stadium, Director of Production Technology
  • Tim Tubito, NFL, Director of Event Presentation & Content

This session was hosted at 2024 SVG Venue Summit on March 4 in Las Vegas and was moderated by SVG Senior Editor Kristian Hernández

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