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Las Vegas Is Getting a New LGBT Nightclub by Victor DraiMay 13, 2014 By: Newswire
Victor Drai is opening a new LGBT-friendly nightclub in Las Vegas. Liaison at Bally's Las Vegas will be the first gay nightclub in a Vegas casino, club organizers said.
The plans for the new club come as Drai gets ready to open the new Drai's Beach Club • Nightclub at The Cromwell in Las Vegas, which opens this Memorial Day weekend.
“With our After Hours club positioned to move back to its original home underground at The Cromwell, I wanted to use the space to continue to transform the nightlife scene in Las Vegas,” said Victor Drai. “Now I have the opportunity to bring a gay nightclub to the center of the Strip, and with Caesars Entertainment and Eduardo Cordova on my team, I have no doubt that Liaison will be a game-changer.”
Liaison will have two club rooms, two DJ’s, multiple bars, stage and plenty of space for surprise performances.
“The importance of having a gay nightclub in a major hotel/casino on the strip is huge,” said creative director Eduardo Cordova. “It validates equality and demonstrates just how far we have progressed culturally. This has been the moment that I’ve been working towards for all these years and it’s exciting to see gay nightlife changing in such a big way; these are definitely exciting times in LGBT and Las Vegas history.”
Located in the Bally’s casino, adjacent to Drai’s recently opened Indigo Lounge, Liaison is ready to take its place among the many important “firsts” that have occurred in Las Vegas. “It’s really hard to believe that this is the first gay nightclub inside a casino on the Las Vegas Strip,” said Drai. “I am truly humbled to be part of a new era for the gay community.”