This exciting new Dinah Shore Weekend Las Vegas has been developed by legendary women's party promoter Girl Bar, which was one of the two key promoters throwing parties in Palm Springs during that city's famed Dinah Shore Week in early April. Girl Bar left the Palm Springs event last year and has developed a new circuit-style event, partnering with FUSE Events' Truck Stop Girlz and taking place at two host hotels, the Flamingo and Planet Hollywood in late April - the dates are April 25-28, 2013.
Here's a quick preview of the Dinah Shore Weekend Las Vegas in 2013:
As with previous Dinah events in Palm Springs, the GirlBar/Truckstop Girlz weekend celebration in Vegas consists of several big parties taking place at or near the event's two main host hotels, the Flamingo Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino - all are events are set at properties on the Strip owned by Caesars Entertainment, which is the Vegas partner in this event. These include a Welcome Party on Thursday night, VIP Cocktail Party on Friday night, the GO Pool Party at the Flamingo on Saturday followed by the main event "Evening Under the Stars" party on Saturday night at the Flamingo, and a Sunday T-Dance on Sunday. Check the GirlBar Dinah Shore Week calendar for the latest details.
You can purchase passes as well as hotel packages at the Dinah Shore Week website, with VIP hotel-party packages at Planet Hollywood for $425 for two nights (double-occupancy) and weekend party passes for $125.
More on Girl Bar Parties in New Orleans and West Hollywood:
Girl Bar was founded in 1990 by Robin Gans and Sandy Sachs and continues to host fantastic women's parties in West Hollywood on Wednesdays at The Abbey, and on Tuesdays and some Saturdays at the iconic Bourbon Pub and Parade in rollicking New Orleans.
More on FUSE Events' Truck Stop Girlz Parties in West Hollywood and New York:
More on the Vegas scene for lesbians:
Las Vegas gay bars as well as gay-popular restaurants, hotels, and shops will be especially busy this weekend. Check local gay papers and websites, such as Q Vegas for details. For general travel-planning advice, visit the excellent gay travel site produced by the city's official tourism organization, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Association.