Allegiant stadium just reached another milestone.
On Tuesday night, the lights were turned on as the crew tested the signage and ribbon work on the stadium.
According to 8 News Now, the roof work on the stadium is now complete on the $2.5 billion, 65,000-seat stadium.
On top of that, the crews inside the stadium have been testing out the torch inside the stadium to make sure it will be ready for the 2020 season.
Las Vegas was supposed to hold the 2020 NFL Draft, but the coronavirus pandemic brought everything to a stop and the city as well as all casinos have been shutdown to get people to practice social distancing and help stop the spread of the deadly virus that has claimed thousands of lives.
Allegiant Stadium cost $2.5 billion to build and is scheduled to be completed on July 31.