Golden Gate Hosts Viewing Party and Meet & Greet for Debut on Syfy Channel’s ‘Naked Vegas’ Nov. 12

Naked Vegas
Golden Gate Hotel & Casino invites guests to join them for a viewing party Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. as the hotel makes its SyFy Channel debut on the sexy new show Naked Vegas– a docu-series following five renowned body paint artists in Las Vegas as they take on some of the most challenging, intricate, and unique body paint jobs imaginable. 

Zombies painted by bodypaint artists on Naked Vegas
Zombies painted by bodypaint artists on Naked Vegas

In the series’ second-ever episode, Golden Gate executives call upon the Naked Vegas team to imagine the impossible and create incredible painted displays on live models, who camouflage seamlessly into the casino’s walls and surprise its VIP guests.

Before the show airs, friends and fans will have the opportunity to meet CEO & Co-owner Derek Stevens and Executive Casino Host Whitney Godard, who star in the episode. At 10 p.m. PST, the episode will be broadcast on multiple flat screens throughout the casino.

Throughout the evening, Golden Gate’s gorgeous bikini bartenders will serve specialty drinks including the “Naked Vegas Camo,” a flavorful mix of crème de menthe green, Kahlua and crème de cacao dark that blend to create a camouflage look inspired by the episode’s theme.

Golden Gate invites fans unable to attend the Nov. 5 festivities to tune in to the SyFy Channel from home at 10 p.m. to see Las Vegas’ original as they never have before.

WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 12

  • Meet & Greet with Derek Stevens & Whitney Godard at 8 p.m.
  • Episode Premiere at 10 p.m.

WHERE: Golden Gate Hotel & Casino
1 Fremont Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101

The Golden Gate is Las Vegas’ most historic hotel and casino, opening in 1906 at One Fremont Street. Its legacy spans the birth of Las Vegas, the Roaring 20s and the Rat Pack era. The Golden Gate recently completed its first major expansion in 50 years, adding a 35,000-square-foot luxury tower with 16 suites, an expanded gaming floor and a new lobby. The result is an intimate, boutique hotel/casino that is energetic and contemporary, yet preserves its historic character.