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Organizers praise "an amazing event" for the Sin City 8 weekender despite multiple venue changes, vow to try again in 2019.

World-record orgy attempt falls short in Las Vegas

June 11th, 2018

Organizers praise "an amazing event" for the Sin City 8 weekender despite multiple venue changes, vow to try again in 2019.

  • Organizers announce move to "undisclosed location" hours before record attempt, citing privacy issues and difficulties with hosting sex events in Las Vegas.

  • The event was previously scheduled to take place at Embassy Suites during the Sin City 8 weekend.

  • The current record is claimed by a 2006 Tokyo event in which 250 women and 250 men gathered to do the deed. “We will blow ...

  • In one week, nearly 370 people signed on with their support.

  • “We have the power to change every policy and make every elected official work for us, but they cannot see division among us.”

  • Steve Wynn isn't wasting any time with the land he acquired in December across the Boulevard.

  • The new monthly gathering is the first by the Manifesta Collective.

  • Unlike marijuana, hemp-based CBD oil doesn’t create a high due to its small amount of THC.

  • This time, it wasn’t talk of the Fremont East Entertainment District that dominated the evening.

  • A 2010 study indicated that planting trees near streets can reduce drivers’ stress.

  • Hoopla and Libby by OverDrive offer instant access to your library’s digital content.

  • “I’m telling everybody to go down and buy as much as you can, because tomorrow it may not be there.”

  • Led Zeppelin, the Grateful Dead and Bob Marley all played concerts there.

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