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Las Vegas Gets 'Naked' This Valentine's Day!
Date:1/23/2009

KRAVE Presents 4th Annual Naked Hearts To Raise Money for HIV/AIDS

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Performers from Las Vegas' biggest shows will be getting "Naked" this Valentine's Day to raise money for people with HIV/AIDS. The sexy, steamy, sultry event is the "4th Annual Naked Hearts," presented by KRAVE Nightclub and staged as a benefit for Las Vegas-based HIV/AIDS charity Golden Rainbow. This year's bare-as-you-dare event takes place, appropriately enough, on the Strip inside the world-famous KRAVE Nightclub. Doors open at 11 p.m.

The event is staged Valentine's Day night and is a fetish and fantasy-fueled feast for the senses. Dozens of dancers from many of the city's productions will perform throughout the night, in sexy interpretations of various fetishes. Shows represented include American Storm, Chippendales, Jubilee!, Le Reve and Studio 54 and many more! DJ Escape, one of the top 50 deejays in the country, and go-go boys will keep the music pumping and the bodies grinding all night long. It's a night that will leave audiences gasping. And panting. And sweating. In a very good way.

Tickets are available now at www.goldenrainbow.org or by calling (702) 384-2899. Tickets will also be available at the door on the night of the show. Prices are $20 for locals; $40 for visitors. Money raised benefits Golden Rainbow's mission to provide housing and direct financial assistance to Southern Nevadans with HIV/AIDS and to fund prevention education programs.

Event sponsors include KRAVE Nightclub and Q Vegas Magazine.

KRAVE Nightclub is the premier gay nightclub in America. This 17,000-square-foot entertainment venue is home to the popular KRAVE nightclub, KRAVE lounge and five different shows running nightly at the venue's Harmon Theater. KRAVE, a straight-friendly gay bar, fosters a diverse and inclusive atmosphere where all people can enjoy world-class nightlife, service and entertainment. KRAVE was voted Best Dance Club by Las Vegas CityLife in 2008, Best Gay/Alternative Nightclub in the 2008 Las Vegas Review-Journal Best of Las Vegas, City's Best Gay/Lesbian Nightclub by AOL City in 2008 and the 2008 Reader's Choice Best Gay/Lesbian Nightclub by Las Vegas Weekly. For more information, visit www.kravelasvegas.com.

Established in 1987, Golden Rainbow strives to provide housing and direct financial assistance to the men, women, children and families living with HIV/AIDS in Southern Nevada. Golden Rainbow also supports HIV/AIDS-related education, and is a recognized Nevada non-profit organization. For information, visit www.GoldenRainbow.org.

    Contact:
    Paul Speirs, Steinbeck Communications
    (702) 413-4278, paulspeirs@cox.net


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