The 2022 NFL Draft takes place April 28 to April 30, and everyone is excited.
The draft itself will take place in Las Vegas at the Draft Theater, which is located behind the High Roller Observation Wheel and The LINQ+Experience Hotel and adjacent to Caesars Forum.
In addition to the draft itself, there is something called the Draft Experience, an interactive NFL theme park. Features include games and clinics, food and beverages, and exclusive NFL merchandise available for purchase. In addition to those, the park also features the 40-yard dash, a vertical jump against NFL players on LED screens, a Super Bowl ring display and live autograph sessions with current and former NFL players.
Along with the activities listed above, there are more including FedEx Air Challenge, Play 60 Zone, Bud Light Draft Tavern, Invisalign Photo Frames and the now Las Vegas Raiders Super Bowl Vince Lombardi Trophies from Super Bowls XI (11), XV (15), and XVII (17), all of which were won when the team was in Oakland and Los Angeles, respectively.
Fans will also be able to view the Draft Theater and watch as the draft picks walk across the stage to celebrate being selected by their new teams. Viewing of the stage can be seen by the direct seating audience or on multiple screens throughout the site.
In addition to the Draft Experience and draft itself, there will also be musical and other performances in Vegas.
After the end of each night of the draft at the Draft Theater, free concerts will be performed by Weezer (April 28), Ice Cube (April 29) and Marshmello (April 30). In addition to those performances, entertainers Jabbawockeez, Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group will be performing at the Red-Carpet Stage located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
Fans must register for the NFL OnePass on NFL.com/OnePass to get into this event for free. In addition, fans can also download the OnePass app to play games, get exclusive digital content and become eligible to win prizes, including a trip to Super Bowl LVII (57) in Arizona. In addition, the event is still open to the public to anyone with the app.
The upcoming NFL Draft will be fun for the fans, the players, and the 32 NFL teams.