Share Nightclub, the gay bar and dance call in Chinatown, threw last call on Saturday night before shutting down to make way for a new club.
Owner Chris Rosas tells Gay Vegas that he plans to create a new nightclub in its place. "I am sorry but I have to close Share Nightclub." Rosas says. "It is time for Share Nightclub to end and a new nightclub to be born. A new venue that would have gaming and a larger stage and better lights and sound. Something bigger and better for Las Vegas."
The LGBT club opened in November 2011 with two levels and a dance floor. Original owner Michael Crisp sold the club to Rosas last year, and Rosas tells Gay Vegas that "Share had lost its ‘core guests’ and had suffered losses in its first few months."
On Facebook, the club posted: "All good things must come to an end... Tonight Share Nightclub is saying goodbye to our Las Vegas friends and family. We hope you can join us as we close this chapter on Las Vegas nightlife. We are so thankful for our customers and staff that have stood by us for years! Please come by for a last drink - We would love to see your faces before we go."