There’s no replicating Las Vegas during March Madness

There’s no replicating Las Vegas during March Madness

Article brief provided by Las Vegas Sun
  • Katie Ann McCarver , Las Vegas Sun
March 21, 2024 3:40 PM
  • Katie Ann McCarver , Las Vegas Sun

Management at the South Point last March moved its annual NCAA Tournament viewing party from its usual 20,000 square-foot space to a venue four times that size, offering guests a unique experience to watch and bet on the action at the resort’s “Most Massive Madness Party in Las Vegas.”

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And this year, South Point has even grander plans for its iteration of the party, with a dozen 20-foot screens casting the college basketball games, 10 betting stations, food and beverage options and more.

“We think last year was great,” said Ryan Growney, general manager at South Point. “We think this year will be better.”

South Point is one of several Las Vegas properties pulling out all the stops for March Madness, which brings tens of thousands of people to town for four days of basketball viewing starting today.