Murphy, who owns Las Vegas's largest gay club, Krave , as well as the recently-opened drag queen bowling alley, Drink and Drag , announced plans to open the world's largest gay club, called Krave Massive, in downtown Las Vegas in December. The current Krave club, located on the Vegas Strip, will relocate to Las Vegas's historic Fremont Street, residing in a space in the commercial complex Neonopolis, formerly occupied by an 80,square foot, screen Galaxy 11 multiplex. A press release, posted to the to the Krave Las Vegas Facebook page, explains the plans for the club:. Krave Massive will present five uniquely themed dance rooms, each featuring a distinct musical flavor Each room will also be marked by its own individual design and ambient entertainment, including a state of the art sound system, LED lighting, high-tech lasers, high output CO2 blasts, and huge video walls. The mammoth club will also include three separate bars, staffed by an enormous crew of 24 bartenders; as well as a martini lounge; a members-only VIP lounge, Indulge Private Lounge; a comedy club, Tickled Pink; a performing arts theater; an LGBT movie theater; a retail merchandise store; a multi-purpose or conference room; a lesbians only dance lounge; and even an outdoor pool with cabanas.
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Drai's Beachclub & Nightclub | The Best Club in Las Vegas
For all that we gays bemoan the queer scene in Las Vegas, we often forget how spoiled we are in the nightlife and bar department. We're not united about much, sadly, but we frequent our watering holes -- especially since, even sadder, they're the only gathering spots we can call our own. By our count, Sin City has 15 of them, a large number for a city of our size and suburban nature. And if those drinkeries didn't give us enough options on any given night, another has recently opened. Judging by its immediate reception, it has not only quickly worked its way into the gay bar crawl experience, but manages to fill a void in that circuit. Click here to see the full article.
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In a surprising turn of events, Share Nightclub has announced via text message, email and a post on the official Share Nightclub Facebook page that Saturday, June 25th would be their "last call". The text message sent at pm states, "Tonight is Share Nightclub's final "last call" Thank you Vegas for the years of fun! A new venue that would have gaming and a larger stage and better lights and sound. Something bigger and better for Las Vegas.
June is just too hot -- not sweaty-sexy-ripped-bodies hot, but sweaty-drag-queens-with-eyeliner-running-down-their-faces hot. That said, there are still plenty of places to celebrate Pride in Vegas, this and every other month of the year. This is Vegas, after all. This year Temptation Sundays celebrates their tenth anniversary and remains the longest-running gay pool party in Sin City.