The Cashman Center, also known as the Cashman Field Center, is a spacious venue that sits on 55 acres in Las Vegas and is managed and operated by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Initially, the center housed the Cashman Field and a convention center, the latter of which was closed in 2017. The adjacent field complex remains in use today.
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At the time of its opening, the field had a capacity of approximately 9,300 people, and it has since hosted key games over the years. Additionally, the stadium hosts a single training game for baseball leagues each year. These games have become quite popular, and are most commonly referred to as the Big League Weekend.
In addition to baseball, the stadium has also holds soccer games, with the Las Vegas Lights FC playing a number of games here. In the past, the stadium has also been the venue for exhibition games, popularly known as the California Clasico. In addition to sports, Cashman Center’s field has also hosted other notable events.
Prior to its closure, the Cashman Convention Center was known for a myriad of both local and national events. Some of the most popular ones included the Democratic Presidential debate in 2008, the US Bowling Congress Open Championships, as well as the Moscow Ballet.
The center’s location off Las Vegas Boulevard makes it easily accessible from most of the city’s top attractions. These include the Fountains of Bellagio, the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, as well as the Adventuredome Indoor Theme Park.
Visitors to the Cashman Center can also boom some accommodation at any of the nearby hotels in Downtown Las Vegas, which include the Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel, the Golden Nugget Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, The D Casino & Hotel, the El Cortez Hotel and Casino, and many many more.