The owners of a soon-to-open gay entertainment complex in Las Vegas are teaming up with Caesars Palace hotel in hopes the new attraction becomes an LGBT mecca.
Owners have announced the opening date to be June 15 for Krave Massive, an 84,000-square-foot venue that’s marketing itself as the world’s largest gay club, the Las Vegas Sun reports.
The multi-level complex will feature five dance rooms, video walls, “high output CO2 blasts,” three bars, a martini lounge, a VIP room, a gay comedy club, a performing arts theater, a retail store, a multi-purpose room, a dance lounge for lesbians, and movie theaters, which will feature gay-themed movies.
A partnership with Caesars Entertainment will allow gay tourists to book packages that allow them to get a room at the iconic hotel, free admission to Krave Massive, and shuttle service.
“Krave has become a ‘must attend’ attraction for members of the LGBT community, both for locals and those visiting Las Vegas,” Richard Brower, director of LGBT marketing for Caesars, said in a statement.
“Our commitment to our LGBT employees, guests and neighbors is strong, including being the only casino company with a 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index for six years running. We are delighted to partner with Krave to continue bring exemplary LGBT entertainment experiences to Las Vegas.”