LGBT Friendly Shows

Strut your stuff off the jet way, you’re in Vegas and it’s time to show this town your inner queen bee or stud. Now's the time to sit on your thrown (aka check in to your hotel) and see what’s on your agenda for this evening's festivities. We pride ourselves in being one of the most gay-friendly vacation destinations in the world, and you're about to see why. Since you’ve graced us with your presence in Sin City, we'd like to offer you some of the best LGBTQ friendly shows the Strip has to offer. Buckle up, this vacay is about to get hot and juicy.

 

Elton John
We’re just going to put this out there: we think that Elton John is the human embodiment of Las Vegas. Look at the dude. His flashy blazers, dark sunglasses and the voice of an angel. Another reason he reminds us of Vegas: He’s basically an entertainment gawd. Hey oh! Not to flatter ourselves (it is one of our favorite pastimes, btw), but you already know that concerts in Las Vegas are next level. We could be totally wrong, but the Colosseum at Caesars Palace may have been built specifically for Elton by Caesar. We don’t know. Look it up. 

 

Britney: Piece of Me
All you need to know is it’s Britney B!@$h. Oops, we did it again. Our boss keeps telling us to ease up on the profanity (because, apparently talking like a sailor in public isn’t cool?), but how else are we supposed to describe the Queen of Pop? We knew Planet Hollywood was on to something when they asked her to plant her flag on the Strip, but our wettest –ahem- wildest dreams couldn’t have imagined this. She sings, she dances and her costumes? To die for. Brit, we’d be a Slave 4 U any day. 

Divas starring Frank Marino at The LINQ
Channel your inner self and head over to Divas at The LINQ. If you’re not yelling yaaas queen and get it gurl, did you even go to Vegas? This show is 90-minutes of nonstop drag queens performing as your favorite diva superstars. There’s Tina Turner, Brtiney Spears, Katy Perry and all the other ones you have coordinated dance moves to. But don’t forget the hunky male backup dancers . Everyone knows that if you’re somebody, you have hot steamy backup dancers that are delicious eye candy.

Drag Brunch at Señor Frogs
If you’re looking for a more traditional drag show where you can show the queens some love by showering them with money, then Drag Brunch at Señor Frogs at Treasure Island is your spot. This is the place to see and be seen. India Ferrah from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is the host and the lineup of girls changes almost every weekend with the exception of a few regulars. Bonus points for making this one of the best social events of the weekend. We all know that brunch is a necessity when traveling anywhere. So bottoms up, it’s time to werk.

Fantasy at Luxor
Now most people forget about the LBTQ, but not us. We’ve got your back and we know how much you’ll love the sexy ladies of Fantasy at Luxor. These ladies are the ultimate temptresses and know exactly how to get your senses tingling. Move after move their goal of the night is for you to let loose and become googly-eyed over their smooth curves. Stare all you want, but make sure to close your mouth because no one likes a drooler. Time to let your fantasies come alive and the topless women to move the way you like it.

Chippendales: The Show at Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino 
It’s classier if topless men are wearing bowties while gyrating all over the stage. That’s what we tell ourselves every time we go to Chippendales at Rio. These hunky men are the kings of pelvic thrusting and tear-away pants. Just imagine their bulging pecs rubbing up against you. Phew, we need to turn down the heat in here because it’s getting a little too hot. Rumor has it that most of the men bat for the same team (we can only hope). So if you’re bold enough, wink at one of them to catch their attention. Pinkies up, try and be just as classy as the men in bowties.

Human Nature Jukebox at The Palazzo Las Vegas
It seems like just yesterday when we landed the solo in show choir. Human Nature Jukebox at The Palazzo is bringing us back to the glory days of matching sparkling blazers and coordinated dance moves. They know exactly how to doo-wop into our hearts with their good looks and perfect harmonies. Did we menthion they’re Australian? To us, it makes the deal even sweeter. Time to practice our solos, we have to make sure we nail every note when they come on stage.