There are a number of long-running shows in Las Vegas that are perfect for a slightly naughty, adults-only night out on the town.
Best Las Vegas Shows for Adults Only
Whether you’re enjoying your stay at the Las Vegas weekly rentals with your family or without, when you’re ready to enjoy a slightly naughty, adults-only show, there are a wealth of choices. Even though, following the closure of “Jubilee” in early 2016, the days of the topless showgirl are gone, there’s sure to be something to meet every taste.
For those who love the tease without any actual nudity, “Pin-Up” at the Stratosphere offers a series of songs and strip teases highlighted by an excellent live band (something of a rarity these days) and by Claire Sinclair, a former Playboy Playmate of the Year. Following a calendar format, as each holiday passes, the audience sees a little bit more of Claire with each number. By Halloween, there are only the tiniest threads to separate the showgirl from her audience. Not at all similarly, “Zombie Burlesque” at Planet Hollywood, is perfect for those who love “The Walking Dead”, but keep wishing that the zombies would sing while removing their clothes.
Though slightly diminished, Cirque Du Soleil shows still rule the Strip. Their only 18+ show, “Zumanity” at New York, New York, features their trademark amazing acrobatics while pairing the classy eroticism of the performances (by both men and woman) with a host whose jokes are anything but classy. For the full experience, reserve early to share a two-person love seat in the front row.
If you’re just looking to enjoy beautiful women singing and/or dancing with minimal clothing without actually going to a strip club, Las Vegas will always have you covered. The venerable “Crazy Girls” is a classic, having recently relocated to Planet Hollywood after many years at the Riviera. While shows always come and go, some other long-running topless shows include X Burlesque, Fantasy, X Rocks, and Sexxy. Ladies shouldn’t feel left out, as most of these shows feature handsome male performers as well, while the all-male revues Chippendales (Rio) and The Thunder From Down Under (Excalibur) will satisfy anyone’s urge for sexy cops and firemen.