A timeless staple of the entertainment scene, burlesque shows in Las Vegas have entertained visitors for decades. Perfectly fitting the “Sin City” moniker, burlesque shows are racy and sexy, often featuring topless performers and striptease routines.
I thought it would be helpful to compile your burlesque options so that you can find something that works for your group.
Ticket prices can vary when looking at the box office vs. 3rd party ticketing websites. I’ll link out to a couple of ticketing options for each show so that you can quickly compare prices and get the best deal.
Burlesque Options On The Strip
Zombie Burlesque at Planet Hollywood
Transport yourself back to the late 1950s and enter Club Z, a window into zombie culture. Clearly, this isn’t your mom and dad’s burlesque production…
Tickets to Zombie Burlesque typically start in the $50s and can be priced out with:
Rouge at STRAT
The self-proclaimed “Sexiest Show in Vegas” is a relative newcomer to Las Vegas, incorporating the “sexpertise” of both men and women.
Uniquely, the topless show also incorporates a variety of “non-burlesque” acts like comedians, contortionists, and acrobatics into the production.
Rouge tickets typically start in the $70s can can be priced out with:
X Country at Harrah’s
Another themed burlesque show, X Country is a topless revue set to hits from country artists like Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, and Hank Williams Jr. among others.
X Country tickets usually land in the $60s and can be priced out with.
X Burlesque at Flamingo
Playing in Flamingo’s X Showroom, X Burlesque incorporates a classic striptease in a champagne glass, in addition to a full 75-minute topless revue production.
Tickets to X Burlesque start in the low $70s and can be priced out with:
Lady Like at Virgin
Hop in a time machine, and venture back to the 1950s and 1960s where Lady Like is set. There, Headmistress Maren Wade explores the societal norms that once reigned supreme.
The show describes the production as “Where vintage chic meets modern edge”.
Tickets start at around $60 and can be purchased directly from the venue.
Exxcite at Rio
A product of Jennifer Romas, Exxcite is a 75-minute “crazy train” that now calls Rio’s Duomo Theater home. Choreographed to rock music, Exxcite tracks the history of female sexuality from the 1950s to today while paying homage to the Sin City’s glamorous showgirl past.
Tickets start in the $50s and can be priced out with:
Visit a Burlesque Museum!
If Burlesque is your jam, then the Burlesque Hall of Fame could also be of interest!
Located in the Las Vegas Arts District, the museum boasts “Several thousand costumes, stage props, photographs, and personal effects” from burlesque performers throughout the decades.
Hopefully, I was able to help you find a racy burlesque option that’ll fit the needs and preferences of your group! Have a great night out on the town… and be sure to behave!
If other show types are on your to-do list, check out my rundown of shows in Vegas by genre:
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I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.