7 Ways You Can Celebrate Pride Month In Las Vegas This Weekend
Follow the rainbow. 🌈
Get your favorite rainbow outfit ready because there is still some time left to party, toast, and honor this special time. Here is a list of ways you can celebrate Pride month in Las Vegas before June is over. Call your favorite people and get ready to hit the town and follow the rainbow.
If you didn't get to indulge in Pride month yet, there is still plenty to do to show your support and indulge in a little colorful fun. From vibrant restaurants to online shops, you can get in the spirit and celebrate all weekend long.
You can even find the perfect rainbow face mask to match your "ahhhmazing" outfits for fashionable safety.
The Garden LV
Price: $40 minimum reservation
Location: 1017 S. First St., Unit 180, Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: This LGBTQ bar is a dreamy spot to grab a drink and even catch a Drag Bingo game on Thursdays.
Why You Need To Go: You can get one of these adorablebookmarks for your planner.
Piranha Ultra Lounge
Price: $10 cover
Location: 4633 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: This popular spot is reopening so you can check out fun events and nightly go-go dancing.
Pride Banana Pops
Price: $21 for a half dozen
Location: 7345 S. Rainbow Blvd., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: These delicious frozen treats feature rainbow frosting on top of mouthwatering Ghiradellicoating.
Caked Las Vegas
Location: 7175 W. Lake Mead Blvd, Unit 118, Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: You can buy one of their yummy cakes, and if you donate, you'll have a chance to win a custom creation!
Seven Magic Mountains
Location: S. Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: Get your fix of rainbow fun at this fantastic art installation for some Pride worthy photos.
Phoenix Bar & Lounge
Location: 4213 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: This relaxed bar is the perfect spot to sip boozy treats.
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