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. Shows of this genre can be the perfect option for couples looking to spice things up, bachelor parties, and bachelorette parties in Las Vegas.
Below, we summarize burlesque shows in Las Vegas that are currently running and rank them from best to worst based on customer reviews on Vegas.com.
Ticket prices can vary when looking at the box office vs. 3rd party ticket websites. We’ll link both to the box office and to Vegas.com for each show so that you can easily compare prices and get the best deal.
Best Burlesque Shows in Las Vegas
Zombie Burlesque at Planet Hollywood: Transport yourself back to the late 1950’s and enter Club Z, a window into zombie culture. A unique twist on the traditional sexy burlesque show, Zombie Burlesque has earned 4.6/5 stars on Vegas.com crowning it as the best burlesque show in Vegas. Tickets can be booked directly with the box office here, or with a 3rd party like Vegas.com which can often save you a few bucks. Price it out to get the best deal!
There is also a current Groupon deal for Zombie Burlesque, allowing you to pay only $46 for tickets (normally $71.98). See the deal here.
Fantasy at Luxor: Billed as “The Strip’s Biggest Tease”, Fantasy entertained its first fans 20 years ago, and has racked up an impressive amount of awards since. Earning a rock-solid 4.4/5 stars on Vegas.com, Fantasy ranks as the second-best burlesque show in Las Vegas. Tickets typically cost between $50 – $100 and are available both with the box office and via Vegas.com which is commonly a bit cheaper.
X Country at Harrah’s: Another themed Las Vegas burlesque show, X Country is a topless revue set to hits from the country music genre. Earning 4.2/5 stars on Vegas.com, this “Kick’n Topless Revue” should be at the top of the list for visitors that consider themselves to be country. Tickets are available in advance from the box office, or here with Vegas.com, typically at a price point between $60 – $100.
X Burlesque at Flamingo: Playing in the X Showroom, X Burlesque incorporates a classic striptease in a champagne glass, in addition to a full 75-minute topless revue production. Earning 3.9/5 stars on Vegas.com, X Burlesque is a well-respected option. Tickets can be purchased with the box office, or with Vegas.com here at a price point that usually starts at around $80 and goes up based on date and seating preferences.
X Rocks at Bally’s: If bands like Metallica and AC/DC are up your alley, then this topless revue set to the hits could be a great fit. With performers adorned in a leather wardrobe and even “Slash inspired” top hats, this sexy burlesque show could be the perfect way to rev your evening up. While not the best burlesque show in Vegas, only earning 3.8/5 stars on Vegas.com, this could still be a solid option for rock fans. Falling into a price point range of $50 – $70 tickets can be purchased in advance with the box office, or with Vegas.com here.
Crazy Girls at Planet Hollywood: A classic, and long-running Las Vegas burlesque show, Crazy Girls once called the Riviera Hotel and Casino home. Today, the sexy topless revue can be found at Planet Hollywood, and the iconic bronze statue depicting their backsides that once sat outside Riviera is located on the casino floor. Earning only 3.6/5 stars on Vegas.com, this show could still represent a good value at its price point. Even if you don’t stop in for the show, the statue is rumored to provide good luck to those that give it a rub. Tickets can be purchased with the box office, or with Vegas.com here, typically at a $55 – $98 price point.
Hopefully, we were able to help you find a burlesque show in Las Vegas that will fit the needs and preferences of your group! Of course, we would also recommend checking out this compilation of male revue shows in Las Vegas which is also ranked based on customer review scores.
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