The NFL draft's tour of the country is set to continue.
The league announced Cleveland and Kansas City as the hosts of the 2021 and 2023 drafts, respectively, following Wednesday's league meeting.
Las Vegas is set to hold next year's draft, while the 2022 event has yet to be awarded.
Making stops in Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, and most recently Nashville, Tenn., the league has been rotating the location of the draft after previously holding it exclusively in New York City from 1965 to 2014.
The 2019 draft in Nashville broke Dallas' revenue record by generating $133 million while welcoming a record 600,000 attendees.
The NFL also announced that the scouting combine will remain at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis through 2021, according to NFL.com's Judy Battista. On-field drills will shift to afternoon and prime-time television slots in 2020.