It's Not Called the Vegas Strip for Nothing
No longer a town dedicated solely to gambling, Las Vegas is home to some of the biggest names in restaurants, hotels, designers and entertainers. You may be under the impression that Vegas has repented its sinful ways -- but you'd be mistaken. There are now more late-night adult shows than ever. Grab your I.D. and a wad of ones, this is Vegas for adults only.
Crazy Horse Paris
The original female revue, this show is direct from the infamous Crazy Horse Cabaret in Paris. Billed as a celebration of the beauty and sensuality of women, the show strives to portray the female form in an artful and sensuous way. Using suggestive choreography, stunning light displays and arousing films, most would say the show succeeds. After spending 51 years in Paris, Crazy Horse is finally electrifying audiences on the Vegas Strip.
Fantasy is a playful and feminine show about seductive secrets and sexual desires. A combination musical and comedy, the show features live singing, impressions and avant-garde choreography. It entertains as much as it excites -- the perfect revue for a first-timer.
Rio Hotel and Casino
Showgirls provides a glimpse into the exotic life of Vegas showgirls. A topless revue featuring 12 dancers performing tributes to Mae West, Dolly Parton, Madonna, Carmen Miranda and Britney Spears. International recording artist Sunny will guide you through the numbers with a bit of stand-up. This show is iconic Vegas -- humor, glitz, headdresses, big musical numbers and, of course, a little T&A.
If you're looking for a late-night show with a little more rock 'n' roll, check out Skintight at Harrah's. Lead dancer Shannon O'Keefe and lead singer Darryl Ross from the reality series "Vegas Showgirls: Nearly Famous" have found their way to the Vegas stage in a sexy and fun-loving show. Former Miss Nude World, Vanna Lance is the featured performer, but don't worry ladies, there are male dancers, as well.
The Riviera Hotel and Casino
Crazy Girls bills itself as Las Vegas' sexiest topless revue -- with girls, nudity and dancing, it hits the revue trifecta. It holds the distinction of being the longest-running topless revue, as well. If you want to see the original Vegas Strip revue, than this is the ticket for you.
Thunder From Down Under
Evening out the playing field a bit is Australia's Thunder From Down Under, an all-male review at The Excalibur. With numbers inspired by "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "300" the show has been a success since opening in 2001. If you're in Vegas for a ladies' weekend or bachelorette celebration, Thunder From Down Under is your best bet for a little late-night naughty entertainment.
Shadow: A Bar
If you prefer your entertainment to leave a little to the imagination, then there's no better place to be than Shadow at Caesars Palace. Enjoy top-shelf cocktails in a truly sensual surrounding. Here provocative shadow dancers create a sexy vibe that's a little more restrained than some of the other revues. We're not saying you should take your mom -- but definitely a fun, sexy place for a date.