LVCVA Outlines LGBTQ Events in Las Vegas This Summer and Fall

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The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) laid out the LGBTQ focused events Las Vegas will be offering the rest of the year.

Las Vegas PRIDE will return in the fall with the annual PRIDE Parade on October 19 and the PRIDE Festival October 20-21.

The Golden Crown Literary Society will hold its annual conference at Bally’s Las Vegas, July 4-8. The event, focused on lesbian literature, will feature guest speakers Lucy Jane Bledsoe and Rachel Gold.

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The Nevada Gay Rodeo Association will present the Big Horn Rodeo at Horseman’s Park in Las Vegas from September 21-23. The event will include bull riding and roping, barrel racing and more.

Aussie Heat, a team of Australian break-dancers and hip-hop dancers, will perform at V Theater in Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. Shows start at 10:30 p.m. every Thursday through Sunday.

Las Vegas staple “Divas Starring Frank Marino,” will start allowing audiences to vote on who in his cast will perform that night, including cast members dressed as Beyoncé, Gwen Stefani and Cher. Frank Marino will use Facebook Live to provide a behind-the-scenes look at his full transformation.

Started on May 13 and lasting until September 2, Luxor Hotel and Casino hosts Temptation Sundays, a long-lasting gay pool party. The event, on its ninth season, features a DJ and specialty drinks.

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