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May 5

- Free

Whenever a motorsports event roles through town, we’ll get our share of race fans out to the saloon.  And since Hogs & Heifers is now officially a racing team, we can start calling ourselves a motorsports bar!  We’ve copied and pasted some of the details about the Monster Energy Supercross event below.  To all the racing fans that are in town for this, let’s fuckin’ do this!!

H&H is not officially listed as a Host Bar for the event, but who gives a shit, we’ll happily consider ourselves one.

Hogs opens daily at noon for those lookin’ to get their pregame on.  $3 Hogs Piss, $4 PBR, NO COVER

Host Hotel:   

Sunset Station

1301 W Sunset Rd.

Henderson, NV 89014




Tickets and Fan Fest Passes available at the Thomas & Mack Center Box Office, UNLVtickets outlets, online at UNLVtickets.com or by phone at (702) 739-FANS.  Tickets available at the Sam Boyd Stadium Box Office on the day of the event only.

Market pricing applies to all tickets. Prices can fluctuate based on factors that affect supply and demand. Lock in your price and location today.  Additional fees may apply.



Upgrade your Monster Energy Supercross weekend with once-in-a-lifetime VIP experiences! Stand on the stage during opening ceremonies, walk the track prior to the race and much more! Click HERE to upgrade your Supercross experience now!



Free shuttle buses are available to Sam Boyd Stadium from the following location:

Mandalay Bay Convention Center – located outside the Shark Reef Aquarium entrance

Shuttle hours are 11:00am-6:00pm. Shuttles will depart Sam Boyd Stadium immediately after the event ends.



Parking is free to all fans. Handicapped parking is available in the West, South and east lots closest to the stadium. Handicap parking is limited.

Free RV parking is available on the day of the events, on a first come, first serve basis.  No overnight parking. RV parking is located in the South dirt lot across from gate #16. There will be a directional message board at the entrance of the RV lot.



Please arrive early to allow ample time to enter the stadium. To provide a safer environment for our fans, Sam Boyd Stadium has implemented a clear bag policy. Please refer to Sam Boyd Stadium’s updated bag policy, which can be found here.


The stadium and Supercross Fan Fest are connected, and all fans are required to enter the Fan Fest through the stadium. To enter the Fan Fest, enter the stadium gates and proceed on the concourse to gate N. You will then proceed out of Gate N, redeem your Fan Fest Pass or empty Monster Energy can at the Fan Fest Pass Redemption Tent, then continue toward the Fan Fest entrance.


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Hogs & Heifers Saloon

Downtown Las Vegas 












The idea for opening a bar and calling it Hogs & Heifers was conceived in, of all places, a bar. Allan Dell was a self-proclaimed functioning alcoholic and figured he spent enough time sitting at a bar, that he might as well make some money while he sat there. Allan’s two friends and drinking buddies were a Master Carpenter and a Graphic Design Artist and he talked them into helping him build a bar. They would all drink for free and get laid regularly and for three broke guys in their early to mid twenties, who could ask for anything more. Allan’s father agreed to finance his project if he could find an experienced bar owner to “father” him in the business. Enter Tom McNeil, legend in the Dive Bar business. McNeil owned the Village Idiot in Manhattan’s East Side, which was the Boys’ favorite watering hole, where they could sit for hours drinking ice cold Pabst Blue Ribbon for a $1.75 a can. Allan knew that he wanted to open a bar that had to do with motorcycles and women and the original logo did, in fact, include an illustration of a chopper. The Boys were trying to come up with a name, while sitting in the Village Idiot one afternoon…”Hogs & something”. On the wall above the bar was a sign for a Heifer Auction, and a heifer being a cow that has not yet been bred, is essentially a virgin cow. The name Hogs & Heifers was born. The fact that the bar ended up being in a real meat market was simply due to the affordable rent at the time, but it was a perfect match and had a great deal to do with the success of the business.

Hogs & Heifers Saloon was to be an all American classic country and southern rock-n-roll dive bar. Allan knew he wanted it to have the look and feel of a gin mill and that he wanted to hang “stuff” all over the walls. Other than that, there was little else that he had thought about. He had a lot of friends who liked to drink and planned on throwing a party for them every night. Allan may never have imagined that it would turn into the famous bar it is today, but it was absolutely his pride and joy and he considered it his greatest achievement and reveled in its quick success.

Having entered the picture prior to its opening, Michelle Dell was the first bartender to be hired. The routine performed and style of dress worn by the bartenders behind the bar, which has made Hogs & Heifers famous, was born from Michelle’s heart. Hogs & Heifers opened in November of 1992 during an unseasonably cold winter. There was literally no heat source of any kind in the bar and it was so cold you could often see your own breath. Both Allan and Michelle believed in the notion of less is more when it came to dressing behind the bar and it was always freezing; did we mention the bar had no heat? Finally, Allan bought these little space heaters that did next to nothing to provide heat and with Necessity being the Mother of all Invention, Michelle began dancing on the bar–in the empty bar–as a means to keep warm. She would throw a few dollars in the jukebox and just get up on the bar and dance. Little did she know it would become the trademark theme of Hogs & Heifers and lead to countless celebrities dancing on the bar and donating their bras. The Julia Roberts photo was seen around the world and her bra still hangs there today, albeit hidden beneath some 18,000 bras! Michelle’s famous routine has inspired a Major Motion Picture and a league of copy cat Bars.

Essentially, Allan and Michelle, and their friends, were just a bunch of kids with nothing to lose and they threw a party that they enjoyed. They were fortunate and blessed that so many others would love to come to their party and would do so repeatedly.  The  two were married in Reno, Nevada, on November 16th, 1993. Allan Dell passed away on June 7, 1997. Hogs & Heifers continues to be run by Michelle Dell who was the sole proprietor of the New York City location.  She now lives in Las Vegas, close to her favorite saloon!

Click here for a virtual tour of our original New York City HOGS Location!

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Hogs & Heifers Saloon


Hogs & Heifers Saloon Las Vegas
201 N 3rd Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101 United States
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