Gwen, Gaga, and naked men! What more could you ask for?
BY BRIAN MURRAY, JR.
AUG 16, 2018
Lady Gaga: Enigma at the Park Theater MGM Las Vegas
Lady Gaga is set to launch her Vegas residency in December. Enigma will be an “odyssey of her pop hits” unlike any of her other tours. There are also four chances to see her intimate, stripped-down jazz show, which will feature some of her own hits, along with a few from the Great American Songbook. You’ll want to hurry though — these tickets will definitely sell out fast.
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Gwen Stefani: Just a Girl at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood
Gwen Stefani is here to sing you all her hits. The three-time Grammy winner puts on a show filled with costume changes, massive sets, and a whole lot of dancing. She’ll even perform songs like “Hey Baby” and “Just a Girl” for those who have been fans since her No Doubt days.
Australia’s Thunder From Down Under at Excalibur Hotel and Casino
The heat is turned all the way up for this Vegas show-stopping male revue. The Aussies dance and perform in outfits that leave little to the imagination for screaming ladies each night. Perfect for bachelorette parties or just a night out with the girls.
Absinthe at the Spiegeltent at Caesars Palace
from $99 per ticket, ticketmaster.com
This is the ultimate Vegas show. This acrobatic, cabaret, and variety show will have you entertained from start to finish. Performed in a round, there isn’t a bad seat in the house. Absinthe is an adults-only show where one minute you’ll be laughing at the raunchy comedy and the next you’ll be watching a sexy burlesque number while aerialists perform death-defying drops.
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Fantasy: The Strip’s Biggest Tease at Luxor
This sexy and energetic show showcases 15 numbers from a cast of beautiful dancers, and it’s perfect for both singles and couples. Fantasy has been on the Strip for 18 years, and it continues to evolve every year. Most recently it was named the Best Female Revue in the 2016 Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” poll. You’ll want to see what all the fuss is about yourself!
Cirque du Soleil: O at the Bellagio Las Vegas
From the world of Cirque du Soleil comes the coolest display of high-flying acrobats, synchronized swimmers, and divers. You’ll be amazed at the talent that these performers have in the water show O.
Blue Man Group at the Luxor Hotel and Casino
This Vegas classic has been revamped since it first opened in 1999 to be even more entertaining. The blue-painted cast of three gets the audience involved in this comedy/theater/rock concert show that’s been enhanced with new music and technology for a finale that will leave the crowd in awe.
Carrot Top at the Luxor Hotel and Casino
Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson, who you might remember from those collect-call commercials in the early 2000s, delivers one of Vegas’ best comedy shows (it’s constantly selling out). He continuously creates new material and always stays relevant with entertainment and pop-culture news.
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Cirque du Soleil: Michael Jackson ONE at Mandalay Bay
Michael Jackson ONE combines the acrobatics and visuals of Cirque du Soleil with the dancing and music from the King of Pop. The musical montages, with 63 dancers and performers, will leave you wowed throughout the whole show.
Magic Mike Live
You won’t get Channing Tatum bumping and grinding to “Pony,” but you will get a slew of hot guys stripping down and showing you their talents. If you’re a fan of the films, you can now be one of the lucky ladies in the audience.
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