Showing posts from August, 2011

Southern Decadence and the new New Orleans LGBT Travel Guide

Are you coming to Southern Decadence this Labor Day weekend?  If so, first of all, there are some incredible parties happening that are MUST ATTENDS for all of you wild bunch out there.  First, if you're arriving on Thursday, be sure to come by and see us all at Harrah's Southern Decadence Welcome Block Party .  As they say on their Facebook event page, "GET READY TO PARTY. We are turning the corner of Canal St. & South Peters into the hottest outdoor dancefloor you've ever seen. Hit sensation DJ Hector Fonseca will bring the beats and our outdoor bar will keep the drink specials coming so you can keep your cool!" Second, besides all of the out of control craziness happening outside of Bourbon Pub and Oz , be sure to check out some of the parties being held at Bourbon Orleans Hotel ... dubbed Envy: Southern Decadence VIP Party , from their website "Party with a purpose this Southern Decadenc

Caesars Entertainment Hosts September Events Inviting the LGBT Community to Come Out

New Orleans, Las Vegas and Atlantic City Resorts Celebrate Pride with Variety of Entertainment Experiences It seems that everywhere we turn nowadays, Las Vegas is showing up as high on the radar for the gay & lesbian community, first for travel and now for conferences and conventions as well.  Starting with Community Marketing's annual survey of LGBT travel habits, Las Vegas surprised a number of people when it appears as a top LGBT destination for travelers worldwide.  Since the gay life in Las Vegas when it comes to bars, restaurants and the like has been rather minimal over the years, it has taken folks a while to realize gays & lesbians travel for other reasons other than to find just another watering hole from which to hang out and meet other guys and girls... it's the shows, the entertainment, the fun, and of course, let's not forget, the gambling!!!!! And speaking of gambling, it's not just Las Vegas which has this incredible convergence of gay &a