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ZZ TOP lay undisputed claim to being the longest running major rock band with original personnel intact, and in 2004, the Texas trio was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Billy F Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard’s achievement that they’re still very much together after almost 50 years of rock, blues and boogie on the road and in the studio is quite an accomplishment.

As a touring unit, they’ve been without peers over the years, having performed before millions of fans through North America on numerous epochal tours as well as overseas, where they’ve enthralled audiences from Slovenia to Argentina, from Australia to Sweden, from Russia to Japan and most points in between. Their iconography – beards, cars, girls and that magic keychain – seems to transcend all bounds of geography and language.

ZZ TOP’s music is always instantly recognizable, eminently powerful, profoundly soulful and 100% Texas American in derivation. The band’s support for the blues is unwavering both as interpreters of the music and preservers of its legacy. It was ZZ TOP that celebrated “founding father” Muddy Waters by turning a piece of scrap timber that had fallen from his sharecropper’s shack into a beautiful guitar, dubbed the “Muddywood.” This totem was sent on tour as a fundraising focus for The Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, Mississippi, site of Robert Johnson’s famed “Crossroads” encounter with the devil. ZZ TOP’s support and link to the blues remains as rock solid as the music they continue to play. They have sold millions of records throughout their career, have been officially designated as Heroes of The State of Texas, have been referenced in countless cartoons and sitcoms and are true rock icons but, against all the odds, they’re just doing what they’ve always done. They’re real, and they’re surreal, and they’re ZZ TOP.

The band performs at 8 p.m. January 18,19,23,25,26,30 and February 1 and 2 at the Venetian Theater. Tickets start at $94.95 and can be purchased at


After 30 years, America’s longest running Burlesque show is a permanent fixture on the Las Vegas Strip.  The ultra-sultry show has entertained millions of audience members by continually pushing the envelope night after night. Brand new heart-thumping routines are introduced, ranging from topless contemporary boot-stomping pole dance numbers to bawdy, burlesque classics. Dazzling costumes adorn each girl from Parisian-influenced topless outfits to black leather and spiked heels.

These stunningly talented performers love to go out into the audience and interact with the crowd, so don’t be surprised if you end up being part of the show.  If you haven’t seen these beautiful dancers yet then get ready for a crazy good time.  If you have already seen the sexiest show on the strip, we encourage you to come again because there’s always something new

to tantalize you. Although the show is always evolving, one thing is constant - the g-strings that accentuate the Crazy Girls’ trademark derrieres.

Crazy Girls performs at 9:30 p.m. Thursday - Tuesday at Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino. Tickets start at $45.41 and are available at


Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson has been making audiences around the world laugh for more than three decades. Since his debut on “Star Search” more than 25 years ago, Carrot Top has soared to success and become one of the most recognizable entertainers in the world. Since 2005, fans have flocked to his Las Vegas headlining residency at Luxor Hotel and Casino to catch comedy’s King of Props induce side-splitting laughter with his current take on pop culture, music and headlines of the day in a continually evolving show.

The trademark red locks and the undeniably inventive use of props have vaulted Carrot Top to the level that most comedians can only hope to reach “Nobody can steal my act,” said Carrot Top, who constantly channels his creative genius to invent new props. With a dozen trunks filled with approximately 200 props on stage each night, audience members can count on not seeing the same show twice. “I love creating props that are relevant to whatever’s current – from a news headline to a song I heard on the radio.”

Carrot Top got his start as a student at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida during his freshman year, when he went to a club and saw live standup comedy for the first time. A few months later, his roommate convinced him to sign up at an open mic night, and after a handful of nerve-wracking first performances, he had caught the comedy bug.

After building a following on the comedy circuit that made people laugh nearly every weekend, his first television appearance was on “Comic Strip Live” in 1991. Things changed for Carrot Top forever in 1992 with his first appearance on “The Tonight Show.” That appearance exposed his unique brand of comedy to every home in America. After an impressive 31 appearances, Carrot Top had the distinct honor of appearing on the very last episode of “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Carrot Top’s other credits include hundreds of television programs including “Live with Regis and Kelly,” “Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher,” “The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” “Late Night With Conan O’Brien,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Gene Simmons’ Family Jewels,” “Chelsea Lately,” “Last Comic Standing,” “Criss Angel - Mindfreak,” “Tom Green Live,” “The Neighbors,” “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” “Tosh.O,” “Glee,” “Family Guy,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Where Are They Now?,” ESPN commercials, and as spokesman for 1-800-CALL-ATT. Carrot Top also starred in his own movies Chairman of the Board and Dennis the Menace Strikes Again. Most recently, he appeared in Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, The Hangover, and the Trailer Park Boys’ film Swearnet: The Movie.

Carrot Top’s shows are a spectacle worthy of most arena rock bands and features lights, music, fog machines and confetti cannons – all in addition to his trunks full of props.

“When I started touring at the beginning of my career, I had two trunks and a strobe light,” said Carrot Top. “Things got pretty crazy pretty fast, and before I knew it, I had a team touring the country in an 18-wheeler with 35 trunks full of props.”

CT performs at 8 p.m. Wednesday - Monday at The Luxor Hotel and Casino. Be sure to check out Carrot Top’s new website designed and built by KHN Enterprises, INC for show dates, meet-and-greet tickets and hot new merchandise at





Lady Gaga premieres her 27-date residency at The Park Theater on December 28 where she’ll perform 23 “Enigma” dates and four jazz and piano dates. Be prepared to shell out a house downpayment for tickets because if you don’t have that much, you’re not getting anywhere near seeing these shows. Las Vegas has just gone nuts. Whatever happened to concerts for fans? I don’t know, call us old fashioned, but we wouldn’t pay this much for a ticket to see Jesus himself. Tickets start at $500 and are available at


Rocker Jonathan Davis unveiled a dedicated memorabilia case at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Davis is best known as the frontman of Korn. The case includes Davis’ typical “uniform,” which is an AllSaints black t-shirt, AllSaints black jeans and AllSaints black cardigan. He wore this outfit for an album release party of his 2018 solo album, “Black Labyrinth.” The outfit will also appear in an upcoming music video for “Basic Needs,” the second single from Black Labyrinth. After the case unveiling, Davis held an intimate meet and greet with fans. The case is located on the casino floor, adjacent to the Goose Island Pub.


“Little Miss Nasty” is a modern-day rock ‘n roll burlesque show that experienced massive success in Los Angeles and now has performances every Friday and Saturday in Las Vegas at Hooters Casino Hotel. The incredibly talented dancers take the audience on a sexy ride from the fun and familiar to the dark and mysterious corners of rock and roll, dripping with gritty, yet sensual scenes. The show is set to an unbeatable music backdrop that includes songs from Led Zeppelin, Marilyn Manson, Korn, Iggy Pop, Nine Inch Nails, Pantera, Rob Zombie, Rage Against The Machine, The Runaways and many other cutting-edge classics. Tickets are $46 and available at




The Goo Goo Dolls wrap up their 20-year anniversary tour aptly name “Dizzy Up The Girl” on November 10 at The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel.  This tour features the iconic album live in its full entirety, along with other favorites from the bands’ notable discography.

The Dolls have had a solid 30-year career, and have produced hit after hit after hit. With top tracks like “Slide,” “Here is Gone” and “Iris,” the band shows no signs of slowing down. Tickets start at $35 and exclusive VIP packages for the Dizzy Up The Girl 20th Anniversary Tour are available staring at $304 and include a premium reserved seat, backstage tour, priority entry into the venue, a meet and greet with John and Robby with a photo opportunity and exclusive merchandise. Tickets are available at

With his platinum blond hair spiked up in all directions, and his black-framed Armani glasses, Murray Sawchuck is not your typical magician. Some 22 million viewers nationwide watched him perform as a semifinalist on the NBC hit show “America’s Got Talent” where he made a 1918 steam train locomotive vanish in seconds.

Sawchuck performed for the last three years at Planet Hollywood and has now moved his hit show to The Laugh Factory at The Tropicana Hotel and Casino.  

Sawchuck’s interest in entertaining started as a five-year old living in Burnaby, British Columbia where he began lessons on the accordion, piano and saxophone, and then learned many dances, including Ukrainian, ballet, break dancing and ballroom. Combining all this with soccer, baseball, skiing and horseback riding, his childhood was extremely full. At age seven, he received a Siegfried and Roy Magic Kit and the rest is history.   

His parents showered him with lessons but encouraged him to work to earn his own money. He had the typical paper route, delivering 260 papers.  As he was stuffing his papers with local ads, he had the bright idea to include a flier of his own, promoting the jobs he was willing to do. Besides raking leaves and shoveling snow, he developed his magic shows for birthday parties, etc. At 16, the young entrepreneur had an ad in the yellow pages, and a business line, answering machine, and fax in his bedroom.

Aside from “America’s Got Talent,” Murray has been featured in various other TV shows. He has guest starred as a magic expert on the History Channel’s hit TV series “Pawn Stars.” His other TV credits include VH1’s “Celebracadabra,”  “Tough Love,” Comedy Central’s “Reno 911,” NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and Fox’s “Celebrity Blind Date.” Murray performs Sunday - Wednesday at 5 p.m., and Thursday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $29 and are available at

Operating inside Hyde at the elite Bellagio Hotel & Casino, MORE Las Vegas is a custom designed nightlife experience marking the first real-world application of blockchain technology in the global hospitality market.

Overlooking the Bellagio’s iconic fountains, access to MORE Las Vegas is available only to holders of the MORE Coin, which can then be used to purchase tangible goods and services inside the suite – something that has never before been done in the hospitality industry worldwide. Holders of MORE coin are considered “members,” entitling them to benefits including VIP club entry, ability to pay in crypto for hotels, tickets and dinners as well as access to a fleet of exotic cars such as Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Bentleys and Aston Martins which may be rented, leased or purchased for crypto.

Members of MORE Las Vegas are treated to an unparalleled level of service upon entry, immediately greeted and escorted by staff to the private section and skipping the often long lines typical of the Las Vegas club experience. MORE regularly hosts both announced and unannounced evenings with world-famous recording artists and entertainers, who are also fellow members. Regulars of the club include crypto notables such as 21 Savage, “Shark Tank’s” Daymond John, Rich the Kid, Brody Jenner, emerging rap star Saweetie, UFC champions, members of the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks and numerous current and former UFC athletes.

MORE Las Vegas will grant you access to experiences that are often only a part of the imagination. With the club’s practical application of the currency of the future, MORE Las Vegas exemplifies an easy to digest, unique experience that offers not only a unique Vegas experience but a deeper understanding and appreciation of cryptocurrency for all who walk through its doors. When not in Las Vegas, members may lend, share or even rent their membership out, like a luxury box at a stadium or a fractional interest in a private jet.




In the age of dubstep and molly induced music, the ‘90s was the age of alt-rock, pop and alternative music. And it wouldn’t be the same at all without Everclear.
The band formed in ’91, has released 11 studio albums, grabbed a Grammy nomination and still continues to tour. Art Alexakis has continued to carry the legacy of the band’s success. With hits like “Santa Monica,” “Father of Mine” and “Wonderful,” we don’t blame him. They have a great sound and it brings back good memories of chillin’ on the beach. Tickets starting at $64 and available at

Rock legend Sting and reggae master singer Shaggy have teamed up for the 44/876 tour and will be making their way to Las Vegas at The Park Theater on October 13. An unlikely pair the duo’s new album has exploded on the charts internationally. Expect to hear a selection of tracks from their new album, as well as Sting and Shaggy collaborating on each others  hits including “Englishman in New York,” “Every Breath You Take,” “It Wasn’t Me” and “Mr. Boombastic.” Tickets start at $90 and are available at

Every once in a while, someone different comes around. Through simple, witty and charming humor aimed at satisfying that hunger, Tape Face looking like he just got released from the psych ward uses music and props to make you laugh, scream and ultimately end up like Tape Face, lost for words. Tape Face performs at 7 p.m. nightly at Harrah’s hotel and casino. Tickets start at $49 and are available at


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In a world of digital overload, Criss Angel’s show, “Mindfreak Live” makes you put down your phone and truly see a master in performance. Angel knows how to get the audience excited. The energy in the room is pumped up and given an adrenaline rush even prior to the show. The production guides you through one amazing illusion to the next as Angel’s charismatic presence is felt from the first second he hits the stage. Hurry now and catch “Mindfreak Live” at the Luxor as Angel is wrapping up his run with Cirque Du Soleil and moving production to Planet Hollywood at the end of October. Performances are at 7 and 9 p.m. and tickets start at $59 and are available at


As one of the hottest residencies on the Strip, “Jennifer Lopez - All I Have” has all the glitz and glamour of a Las Vegas production with none other than real-life showgirl Jennifer Lopez at the forefront. With seven total costume changes, the production includes Jennifer descending a Swarovski crystal staircase, catching the 6 Train and paying homage to her Latin roots all while singing and dancing for over 90 minutes. Every performance has audiences on their feet dancing as Jennifer performs her impressive catalog of hits. The record-setting residency is sold out on a regular basis with over $60 million in ticket revenue and has been seen by over 300,000 guests. Stop by the Total Snapshot kiosk to purchase a commemorative photo of your Hollywood red carpet experience. It’s a perfect keepsake for an unforgettable moment. Final shows are on sale now through September 29. Tickets start at $140 and are available at



The words burlesque, comedy and erotic always perk our interest here at STRIPLV. We got fired up when we heard that Sugar Brown was coming to The Erotic Heritage Museum in Las Vegas to share her tale of becoming a submissive. The show’s star, Lanita Shera, Sugar Brown is a mac daddy queen goddess. She’s hot, sexy and confident, just what the doctor ordered. And anytime we get to hear about becoming a submissive; we know this is a comedy show we need to experience. This is a highly interactive show, so come prepared to get involved. Sugar Brown performs at The Jewel Box Theatre at The Erotic Heritage Museum on Friday’s and Saturday’s at 10 p.m. Tickets are $43 and available at

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