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. Expect guest DJs, cabanas, and go go boys! Best dive bar: Fun Hog Ranch East Twain Parties can get wild at night and leather, fetish wear, and bondage gear is all highly encouraged.
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Drag aside, Las Vegas has tons to offer LGBTQ visitors and the thousands of temporary and permanent locals that populate its shows, hotels, restaurants, and attractions, not to mention its wide array of indie downtown businesses and thriving creative culture in the Arts District, which saw addition of a brand new gay bar in Spring , The Garden. There's also Las Vegas' famed gay nightlife zone just east of the strip, affectionately known as the "Fruit Loop. Celebrating its third edition in , late Fall's Las Vegas Queer Arts Film Festival spotlights an exceptionally diverse line-up of short films including local work, while a jewel in its crown entails a fierce annual vogueing ball. Before we get to attractions on The Strip, spend some time exploring other parts of Las Vegas including its Downtown and Arts District. A fantastic starting point in more than one way, The Neon Museum is a testament to some of Sin City's most iconic hotels, attractions and institutions thanks to its collection of signage some of it restored to its former neon-lit glory for the likes of the Liberace Museum. Tim Burton was so enamored with the Neon Museum that he created a special exhibition that ran from early be sure to check out TripSavvy's Complete Guide to The Neon Museum for all sorts of hot tips and scoop on this must-visit. Schwarz Architects, Inc.
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The Black Magic was the most popular jazz club in Las Vegas throughout the s and '60s. When musicians got off work on the Strip they gathered at the Black Magic for all-night jam sessions. This night-stalker ambiance attracted show kids from the Strip, and people who lived on ranches in Paradise Valley rode their horses through the desert to the Black Magic and tied them to hitching posts out front. Camille was also associated with a celebrated Parisian lesbian bar called the Crazy Horse and she came to Las Vegas from Paris as the lighting engineer when Caesars Palace imported a show called the Crazy Horse Revue.
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