There’s always a lot going on in this city, with a wide variety of events happening throughout the year.. Whether you’re looking to network, party or simply take in the sights, Las Vegas is the absolute best destination to be out and about.

Show off your business savvy at the 2017 National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) International Business and Leadership Conference. Taking place Aug. 1−4 at Caesars Palace, this is the 15th anniversary of the world’s largest LGBT business development conference. The event draws over 1,000 executives, government official and entrepreneurs from around the world. The three-day educational conference offers a variety of leadership programs and networking opportunities to help you jump-start your business or to just expand your professional network.

If you’re looking to expand your network in a different sort of way, register for Convergence 35. The original event for bears, cubs, chubs and their admirers takes place Aug. 30–Sept. 4 at the Luxor Hotel & Casino and includes a special Convergence edition of Temptation Sundays, the largest gay pool party in Las Vegas! Temptation Sundays takes place every Sunday during the summer at Luxor’s north pool from 1-7 p.m.

 

For more fun and excitement, check out the 34th Annual Las Vegas Showgirl Invitational Bowling Tournament. The event is held Labor Day weekend at Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall and fills up quickly, so register today! (include link to register)

PRIDE is coming to Las Vegas and we want you to join in on the celebration. An array of exciting events is happening leading up to the main event, with the annual Las Vegas PRIDE Night Parade on Oct. 20 and the Las Vegas PRIDE Family Festival on Oct. 21–22. It’s sure to be an unforgettably  good time, just like every other day of the year in Las Vegas.

In between all the excitement you’re experiencing in Las Vegas, you can find some time to enjoy some cultural exploration. The Las Vegas Museum Alliance promotes artistic, scientific and cultural institutions throughout the region that are truly one-of-a-kind. A few of the many highlights are the Neon Museum, National Atomic Testing Museum, Burlesque Hall of Fame, Pinball Hall of Fame and The Mob Museum. Not to mention the numerous state parks and nature preserves that surround the city. Be sure to set aside time for some of these lesser known, but equally impressive, attractions.

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