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Vegas Gay Pride Week

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It is time to celebrate diversity and equality in Las Vegas, with Vegas Pride week September 4 thru September 10, 2012.

There are events for everyone to attend and all are welcome: gay, straight, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgendered. Pride is all about showing that you are ok with who you are and not ashamed of being yourself.

Here are some of the hottest events planned for this week in Gay Vegas:

Thursday September 6, 2012 the official Boys party of Pride takes place at Share nightclub. This event is featuring a live performance by pop icon Deniece Williams of her hit Lets Hear it for the Boy. The official Girls party of Pride takes place the same night at Tabu Ultra Lounge inside the MGM Grand hotel. Both of these Pride events start at 10:00pm.

Friday September 7, 2012 join the Pride fun downtown on Fremont Street for the Pride Night Parade. The pre show on the main stage starts at 7:00pm and will have appearances by Kathy Griffin, Margaret Cho and Joan Rivers. For more information and location visit Vegas Prides official site. After the parade join the party at Share nightclub for Stripper Circus; over 20 LA & Vegas gogo dancers, wild side show acts and over the top drag queens. Doors open at 11pm, no cover charge.

Saturday September 8, 2012 the Vegas Pride Festival takes place at the Clark County government center outdoor amphitheater. The festival opens at noon and goes till 10:00pm. Headliners include singer Neon Hitch and comedian Leslie Jordan. The official festival after party, Wet n Wild presented by Jeffrey Sanker will take place at Share nightclub starting at 11:00pm.

Sunday September 9, 2012 the official Vegas Pride closing pool party takes place at Luxor hotel & casino. Temptation Sundays pool party takes place from 1:00pm to 7:00pm and is open to guests 21 years of age and older. Let your pride show one more time before pride week is over.

For more information about Gay Las Vegas and weekly events stay tuned to this Examiner.com page and Sin City Times.

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