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Gay Days and Nights Las Vegas

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Photos in order: Getty Images (1); Courtesy Companies (2)
Story by McCarton Ackerman

It’s no secret that we love Las Vegas; a 2006 study by the Travel Industry Association ranked Vegas as a top ten US destination for gay travelers. Now the city is rolling out the rainbow carpet by hosting the second annual Gay Days and Nights celebration from July 3rd-6th, a smorgasbord of events that range from day trips and tours, to fabulous entertainment and parties.

Thanks Babs The Day Tripper offers LGBT excursions like a tour of the city’s colorful past with a gay and lesbian historian. If I had to pick one of her tours though, I’d head off for the day trip to the Hoover Dam aboard a pink SUV.

Even if you’ve seen Cirque Du Soleil, we’re pretty sure you haven’t had VIP access to the show at events throughout the week and the chance to mingle with cast members after.

Risque and Krave are hosting parties that let you meet other travelers before dancing the night away with them, while Betty’s Outrageous Adventures is throwing a wild July 4th bash for the ladies.

If you haven’t spotted your dream guy during the celebration, head over to the Mr. Gay Competition at Krave. Attractive guys who are educated and do charity work, and look great in a swimsuit? Viva Las Vegas!


Photos in order: Getty Images (1); Courtesy Companies (2)
Story by McCarton Ackerman

It’s no secret that we love Las Vegas; a 2006 study by the Travel Industry Association ranked Vegas as a top ten US destination for gay travelers. Now the city is rolling out the rainbow carpet by hosting the second annual Gay Days and Nights celebration from July 3rd-6th, a smorgasbord of events that range from day trips and tours, to fabulous entertainment and parties.

Thanks Babs The Day Tripper offers LGBT excursions like a tour of the city’s colorful past with a gay and lesbian historian. If I had to pick one of her tours though, I’d head off for the day trip to the Hoover Dam aboard a pink SUV.

Even if you’ve seen Cirque Du Soleil, we’re pretty sure you haven’t had VIP access to the show at events throughout the week and the chance to mingle with cast members after.

Risque and Krave are hosting parties that let you meet other travelers before dancing the night away with them, while Betty’s Outrageous Adventures is throwing a wild July 4th bash for the ladies.

If you haven’t spotted your dream guy during the celebration, head over to the Mr. Gay Competition at Krave. Attractive guys who are educated and do charity work, and look great in a swimsuit? Viva Las Vegas!


Photos in order: Getty Images (1); Courtesy Companies (2)
Story by McCarton Ackerman

It’s no secret that we love Las Vegas; a 2006 study by the Travel Industry Association ranked Vegas as a top ten US destination for gay travelers. Now the city is rolling out the rainbow carpet by hosting the second annual Gay Days and Nights celebration from July 3rd-6th, a smorgasbord of events that range from day trips and tours, to fabulous entertainment and parties.

Thanks Babs The Day Tripper offers LGBT excursions like a tour of the city’s colorful past with a gay and lesbian historian. If I had to pick one of her tours though, I’d head off for the day trip to the Hoover Dam aboard a pink SUV.

Even if you’ve seen Cirque Du Soleil, we’re pretty sure you haven’t had VIP access to the show at events throughout the week and the chance to mingle with cast members after.

Risque and Krave are hosting parties that let you meet other travelers before dancing the night away with them, while Betty’s Outrageous Adventures is throwing a wild July 4th bash for the ladies.

If you haven’t spotted your dream guy during the celebration, head over to the Mr. Gay Competition at Krave. Attractive guys who are educated and do charity work, and look great in a swimsuit? Viva Las Vegas!

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