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Liaison At Bally’s Highlights Fabulous Events For Las Vegas PRIDE

Last updated: September 15, 2014 at 2:14 pm. Posted by in Bally's Las Vegas, Nightlife, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Liaison At Bally’s Highlights Fabulous Events For Las Vegas PRIDE.

The city’s hottest annual LGBT event returns with an amazing event lineup, celebrity guests and endless parties. Bally’s Las Vegas serves as the host hotel for this year’s Las Vegas PRIDE events, in correlation with the hotel’s newly opened nightclub Liaison, the only gay club on the Strip. In addition to the main parade and festival events, here’s a look at what to expect.

Friday, Sept. 5

• 16th Annual PRIDE Night Parade in Downtown Las Vegas: Caesars Entertainment’s LGBT employee group, EQUAL, is hosting a float in the parade. Showgirls from Bally’s’ “Jubilee,” the Strip’s last original musical revue, will be on hand. The parade runs 8-10 p.m., but you can pre-party at the corner of 4th Street and Bridger Ave.

• Liaison at Bally’s: A live performance by Ashleigh Elliott, in between DJ Laszlo spinning at the turntables.

Saturday, Sept. 6

• PRIDE Festival at Clark County Government Center Amphitheater: EQUAL will have a booth offering photo opportunities with “Chippendales” (1-3 p.m.) and “Jubilee” performers (3-5 p.m.). The entire festival runs from noon-10 p.m. and features exhibitors, performers, a family activity zone, food and drinks.

• Liaison at Bally’s: “Vegas Is Out” Las Vegas Pride Party, presented by Out Magazine and Las Vegas Convention and Visitor’s Authority. These two powerhouses join force to host a fabulous soiree with complimentary cocktails by Stoli. Jaymes Vaughan and Gavin McHale, both stars in “Chippendales” at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, will appear. Later, the “I’m So Fancy” themed party night continues with performances by Coco Montrese, Andrew Ryan and Shangela.

Sunday, Sept. 7
• Liaison at Bally’s: “Unlocked Sundays” industry night, with free admission for locals.

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