Las Vegas to Host Several LGBT Events

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Recently awarded the destination of the year by, Las Vegas hosts a variety of annual events geared towards welcoming the LGBT community. 2017 will see several LGBT-centered events, conferences, charity concerts and festivals.

The 27th annual AIDS Walk at Town Square Las Vegas: Held at Town Square Las Vegas, the event will culminate in post-walk activities suitable all ages and a pre-walk charity alternative rock concert, “Beatles vs. Stones,” on March 29 at the House of Blues Las Vegas inside Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. 

Sin City Soiree: The 11th annual event will take place at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino from May 15-21. Sin City Soiree brings in attendees from around the world for a week of friendship and glitz and glam. 

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Temptation Sundays: The poolside party takes place every Sunday from May 14-Sept. 24 at Luxor Hotel & Casino. Temptation Sundays hosts a collection of DJS and offers a selection of specialty drinks.
Matinee Las Vegas Festival: A series of eight dance parties with more than 20 DJs will take over the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel from May 26-29.
Bigger Vegas: All-inclusive social events geared towards larger gay men, their admirers and other communities from July 4-10. The event will offer numerous pool parties, barbeques and opportunities to explore the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas. 

National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce International Business & Leadership Conference: Taking place at Caesars Palace from Aug. 1-4, the NGLCC welcomes more than 1,000 entrepreneurs, chamber leaders, government officials and corporate executives to discuss leadership and provide networking opportunities. 

Las Vegas PRIDE: The annual event offers a lineup of events that celebrate diversity within the LGBT community. 

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