A night pride parade in Sin City – How appropriate!
Gay pride in Las Vegas is a two day event, but with most of the bars and clubs staying open 24h a day don’t count on getting much sleep, the pride its self has all the showmanship you have come to expect from Las Vegas, with feathers and glitter as far as the eye can see.
Las Vegas Pride Parade
October 8th, 2021: The parade is a little different from most pride parades as it is a night parade and starts at 8pm on the Friday night of the event. The parade route begins at West Charleston Blvd, and heads north along 4th Street to Ogden Avenue,
The main stage is at Bridger Avenue just two blocks south of the Fremont Street, starting with a Parade Pre-Show at 7pm. The parade brings together more than 30,000 spectators to the edges of Fourth Street. As one of only two nighttime parades in Las Vegas each year, the streets were lit up with rainbows and colorful costumes.
Las Vegas Pride Festival
On Saturday, about 20,000 attend the Pride Festival, which will take place at the Clark County Amphitheater featuring a beautiful outdoor main stage surrounded by soft, cool grass, plus a food court and convenient drink stations. There will be more than 100 exhibitors on site. You can relax on the lawn as you are entertained by the festival’s featured performers, as well as great local talent. There is also a Family Activity Zone filled with fun activities for parents and children 12 and under.
Las Vegas Gay Scene, Where to stay?
In Vegas, gay bars are a little spread out. If you want to stay close to the gay pride main stage area, and on the Vegas strip,here are out top choices.
Read out insider guide to the best of gay Las Vegas for more.
Gay Map of Las Vegas
Las Vegas has about 15 gay bars, many of them clustered together in a small quadrant along Paradise Road just north of the airport and south of the gay-popular Hard Rock Hotel – an area often dubbed the “Gay Quarter” or “Fruit Loop.”
Recommended Apartments in Las Vegas
Upper Penthouse offers 2 bedrooms 3 bathrooms features a balcony, a living room and a flat-screen TV. The air-conditioned accommodation is fitted with a kitchen. 24-hour front desk and Free WiFi
All of the modern suites come with a microwave, refrigerator, stove, coffee machine, and a dining area. A seating area with a sofa, a flat-screen TV with pay-per-view channels, and an iPod docking station.
All units come with a full kitchen that includes a refrigerator, dishwasher. A bathroom with a whirlpool bathtub and free toiletries. A living room with a fireplace & 2 42-inch flat-screen TVs. A washer and dryer
Featuring a kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a satellite flat-screen TV, ironing facilities, desk and a seating area with a sofa, a private bathroom with hot tub and a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Video Of Las Vegas Pride
2017 Las Vegas Pride Parade
Recommended Hotels in Las Vegas
Las Vegas has some of the most amazing hotels in the world and it can be hard to pick a favourite. Here is our top 4, based on their proximity to the strip, their customer service and their gay-friendly credentials.
The Bellagio, 5 Star
This luxury Las Vegas Strip hotel and casino offers an upscale day spa, multiple dining options and elegant rooms with marble private bathrooms.
Caesars Palace, 4 Star
Stunning Spa & Rooms
This luxury hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip features celebrity-owned restaurants, The Forum Shops, an upscale spa and 7 swimming pools
Marriotts Grand, 4 Star
Great Deals & Location
Located 15 minutes’ walk from the Las Vegas Strip, this non-gaming and nonsmoking hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi
Platinum Hotel 4 Star
No Smoking – No gaming
One block from the Las Vegas Strip, Platinum Hotel and Spa features indoor and outdoor pools and stands out as a non-smoking, non-gaming facility