Palms proudly announces a fresh LGBTQ+ inclusive event to kick off the new year. Palms launched their PRIDE initiative during Las Vegas Pride Month last October with a pool party and HalloQween at Ghostbar, where they presented a $50,000 check to the local LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada.
GLAM: The Fabulous Las Vegas Rooftop Party, is the newest event added to the Palms Pride initiative. GLAM is an evening soirée where the LGBTQ+ community, allies, and the curious experience a night of striking performances, breathtaking views, craft cocktails, fabulous fashion, good vibes, and whimsical surprises. The event welcomes all people who wish to celebrate the vibrant LGBTQ+ community.
The first GLAM event will take place at the legendary rooftop venue, Ghostbar on Sunday, January 22nd. Featuring dazzling entertainers such as glamazon and supermodel from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 and Vh1’s Vegas Revue, Nebraska Thunderf*ck, as well as drag celebrity female impersonators including Nadia M. Luis as Adele, Devin Baker as Fergie, and Esani Tsunami as Tina Turner. The night is also proud to have male, female, and gender non-conforming GoGo dancers. There will also be one-of-a-kind unique “Vegas-style” performances and sounds by DJ J Bray.
Attendees are encouraged to wear attire that is fashion-forward and unique. There isn’t a dress code like traditional clubs, but the more chic, fierce, or outrageous, the better.
Palms has partnered with Las Vegas LGBTQ+ expert Garrett Pattiani to co-market the initiatives. His experience will incorporate the local community and beyond.
“I am so excited to continue working with the Palms to create these amazing events. It’s something I have dreamed of for a very long time,” says Pattiani. “It makes a huge impact for our community to be seen and celebrated in such a big way. Locals and tourists have another mainstream hotel embracing and celebrating with us. This is a huge win for the entire city of Las Vegas. There’s nothing else like this here, so we are excited to bring something new to the scene. This is a chance for everyone to show off their creativity. This is also a great opportunity to build a stronger relationship with our allies, especially ones that are authentic in their desire to champion equality.”
Please visit www.Palms.com/LGBTQ to purchase tickets, VIP bottle service with tables starting at $300, or to get more information. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
About Garrett Pattiani
Garrett Pattiani is a Nevada native and an expert in LGBTQ events, media, nightlife, and hospitality. He is an activist for social justice, mainly focusing on advocating for the rights and equal treatment of marginalized communities. As co-owner of QVegas Magazine, he serves a vital role in the Las Vegas LGBTQ+ community and supports multiple LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS charities. He uses his voice and influence to help create a better, more equal environment for all.
About Palms Casino Resort
Palms Casino Resort is making history as the first resort in Las Vegas fully owned and operated by a Native American Tribe. Palms Casino Resort features two distinct towers with 766 hotel rooms and suites, a diverse mix of bars, restaurants, live entertainment venues and immersive lifestyle experiences across a 95,000-square-foot reimagined casino. The resort also includes over 190,000 square feet of meeting, convention and event space; the Pearl, a 2,500-seat theater; an expansive pool and spa area; wedding chapel; the Brenden Theaters 14-screen cinema and nearly 600 units at Palms Place condominiums. Palms is located just west of the center of the Las Vegas Strip off I-15 on Flamingo Road. Palms Casino Resort is owned by The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority (“SMGHA”) an affiliate of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. For more information visit http://www.palms.com/ or the Palms Press Room. Follow Palms on social media Facebook Twitter Instagram.
About San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority
The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority is a governmental instrumentality of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a federally recognized Indian tribe, created for the purpose of independently carrying out the investment in, and ownership and management of, gaming and hospitality businesses outside of the San Manuel Reservation.