A NFL logo is on display at Commissioner Roger Goodell's Super Bowl LII press conference on January 31, 2018 at Hilton Minneapolis Grand Ballroom in Minneapolis, MN.(Photo by Nick Wosika/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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NFL Announces Future Super Bowl Sites and 2019 Draft Location

Unfortunately, Las Vegas hasn’t been confirmed as a Super Bowl site … yet.

It won’t be hosting a Super Bowl anytime soon, but Nashville will be getting the 2019 NFL Draft.

The league’s owners officially voted this morning to put next year’s draft in the Music City, at least partially because a party to show off the Titans’ new uniforms drew a huge audience.

Also on Wednesday, the NFL confirmed the Super Bowl will be returning to University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona in 2023 and the Superdome in New Orleans in 2024. It is the third time the game has been held at University of Phoenix and the 11th time it has been at the Superdome.

With those two locations set, Atlanta, Miami, Tampa, Los Angeles, Arizona and New Orleans are set as the next six Super Bowl destinations. With the Raiders moving to Las Vegas, it’s expected that Sin City will be receiving a Super Bowl, possibly as soon as 2025.

Once Vegas does get its chance to host Super Sunday, it’s possible the NFL will simply shift to rotating the Super Bowl between Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Miami with a fourth location to be substituted every four years.

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