As of March 1, 2021, the Vegas Golden Knights will be allowed to host fans once again at T-Mobile Arena, albeit at a lower level than originally requested.
The Nevada Department of Business and Industry approved the Golden Knights request to host fans again after Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said “large” gatherings could begin on March 1. The team had requested up to 20% of capacity but has been approved at 15%, or 2,600 fans per game starting next week against the Minnesota Wild.
The Southern Nevada Health District has imposed the 15% cap, but no further information was available on how it arrived at that number. According to an SNHD spokesperson that number could change as public health conditions improve.
When it comes to tickets, the Vegas Golden Knights plan to announce that information later this week.