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Krave Moving from the Strip to Downtown Las Vegas

Krave Moving from the Strip to Downtown Las Vegas

One of the largest and most successful gay nightclubs in the country is moving from its home on the Strip to downtown Las Vegas.

The owners of Krave are moving the club downtown and re-launching it as Krave Massive. It will be the world’s largest gay nightclub. The club will be taking over the 80,000-square-foot space that was once the Galaxy 11 multiplex on the third floor of the Neonopolis.

Besides five themed dance rooms and three separate bars, the new club will include a comedy club, a private lounge, a performing arts theater, a movie theater dedicated to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, a retail store and an outdoor pool.

“Although we have been in the same location for nearly eight years, I felt that it was time to explore a new model for gay nightlife, and it needed to be something big…really big,” Krave owner Kelly Murphy said. “And also some ‘gentle’ persuading from the Mayor helped!”

Boychuck's Summerlin Salon Includes Perks, But He Stays Focused on Hilton

A new location inside a Summerlin gym taps into a different market.

Celebrity magazines might have dropped Paris Hilton long ago, but the only thing Michael Boychuck wants to drop is her name. It's the local celebrity hairstylist's first day on the job at his new salon in Summerlin, and he's mentioned Hilton half a dozen times during an interview.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding Partners with Dress For Success Southern Nevada

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding Partners with Dress For Success Southern Nevada


Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding will partner with local non-profit Dress for Success Southern Nevada to raise money for the charity.

To celebrate the show’s June opening at Bally’s, show management will donate $25 of every ticket purchased with the special Dress For Success code through the end of the year. To buy tickets, visit any Caesars Entertainment Box Office and use codes AADS for General Admission tickets and BADS for VIP tickets.

“We thank the show for its generosity and appreciate the dedication of the cast which has entertained the attendees of our events, including our inaugural Power Walk,” said Paige Candee, Dress for Success Southern Nevada founder.

Visit www.dressforsuccess.org/southernnevada to learn more.

Fright Dome Offers Half-Price Tickets for Opening Weekend

Fright Dome Offers Half-Price Tickets for Opening Weekend

The Fight Dome at Circus Circus is celebrating its 10th anniversary by offering a deal on tickets Friday.

The attraction is offering half-off tickets for opening weekend, which is Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30. The discounted tickets are available online or at the Adventuredome box office until 11 p.m. With the discount, the tickets are $18.97, excluding taxes and service fees. Fans can pay extra for an express line pass.

The Fright Dome is one of the biggest attractions for Halloween that includes five haunted houses. This year’s kickoff will include a VIP black carpet event on Saturday, September 29. 

Star-Studded Lineup for iHeartRadio Music Festival Announced


LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Taylor Swift, Aerosmith, Rihanna, Usher, Bon Jovi, Lil Wayne, Green Day, Miranda Lambert, Mary J. Blige, Shakira and others are set to take the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival 2012 this fall in Las Vegas. 

The stellar lineup suggests the two-day marketing blitz to promote Clear Channel's iHeartRadio digital music service is on its way to repeating the success of last year's debut concert.

Clear Channel, which also owns 850 terrestrial radio stations in the U.S., says Brad Paisley, Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias, No Doubt, Linkin Park, Jason Aldean, P!nk and Calvin Harris are also among the performers set for the festival on Sept. 21 and 22 at the MGM Grand.

The company plans to make the concert an annual event. Tickets for the 2012 festival go on sale July 14.

Tickets On Sale for New Cirque Show at Aria


LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Tickets are now on sale for the latest Cirque du Soleil show to hit the Strip.

Members of the general public can start buying tickets Friday for the “Zarkana” show at Aria Resort and Casino. Tickets went on sale Monday for members of Cirque Club and company players club M Life, and Aria preferred customers.

The acrobatic show kicks off in Las Vegas in November, although it's already been staged at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, Arena Madrid in Spain and Kremlin State Palace Theatre in Moscow.