When Liaison Nightclub opens later this
summer, it will make history as the first-ever gay nightclub in a
casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
Located at Bally's, the 7,000 square
foot Liaison will take over the space currently occupied by After
Hours nightclub, which is moving to its original home at The
Victor Drai and partner Michael Gruber
recruited Eduardo Cordova to work on Liaison.
Cordova is often credited with breathing new life into the Las Vegas
gay nightlife scene.
The elegant venue – think gold and
black finishes matched with dramatic chandeliers – will include two
club rooms, two DJ's, multiple bars and a stage.
“The importance of having a gay
nightclub in a major hotel/casino on the strip is huge,” said
Cordova. “It validates equality and demonstrates just how far we
have progressed culturally. This has been the moment that I've been
working towards for all these years and it's exciting to see gay
nightlife changing in such a big way; these are definitely exciting
times in LGBT and Las Vegas history.”
Drai said he has “no doubt that
Liaison will be a game-changer.”
“It's really hard to believe that
this is the first gay nightclub inside a casino on the Las Vegas
Strip,” he added. “I am truly humbled to be part of a new era
for the gay community.”