More than 2,500 guests dressed for the cause at Aid for AIDS of Nevada's (AFAN) 21st annual Black & White Party at the Hard Rock hotel-casino.
The event raised more than $130,000 to benefit AFAN's advocacy for those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Local entertainers, socialites, and personalities came out in their best black and white, including Penn & Teller, Chippendales, Coco Montrese from "Rupaul's Drag Race," Zowie Bowie, Murray Sawchuck, and more.
There was also performances from Human Nature, Frank Marino's Divas, BAZ, Miss Behave Game Show, silk aerialist Brandon Scott, and Absinthe's Melody Sweets. The cast of Magic Mike Live also made a surprise appearance.
Partygoers also had the chance to look into the future with a fortune teller, get their hair braided with glitter from Kelly Cardenas Salon, and interact in virtual reality using high-tech equipment.