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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




Sweet and sexy Gwen Stefani launched her “Just a Girl” residency at the Zappo’s Theater at Planet Hollywood on June 27 and performs through  July showcasing her many hits like “Just a Girl,” “Don’t Speak,” “Hey Baby,” It’s My Life,” “Rich Girl,” and “Hollaback Girl.” Dates are also announced for December, February and March  2019. Tickets start at $60 and are available at


Sapphire Pool & Day Club announced in June the official launch of its toptional poolside soirees, where guests can feel free to lose the top to their two-pieces and sunbathe bare – all alongside hundreds of Sapphire’s beautiful poolside entertainers.

“As the first pool owned and operated by the world’s largest topless club, we’re pleased to finally be able to operate our pool as a topless day club,” said Peter Feinstein, owner of Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club and Sapphire Pool & Day Club. “We look forward to continuing to offer our guests one of the most lively day-life scenes in Las Vegas with our beautiful poolside entertainers – now, topless!”

Guests can purchase the following “pre-event” value packages including:

Daybed Package

Friday & Sunday –$250.00 (plus tax & gratuity)

Saturday – $350.00 (plus tax & gratuity)

Cabana Package

Friday & Sunday –$500.00 (plus tax & gratuity)

Saturday – $750.00 (plus tax & gratuity)

Lounge Chairs – $70.00 (available on a first come, first served basis)




Nine Inch Nails will play two shows at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on June 13,15 and 16. The iconic 90s band will spend the majority of their summer on European headlining shows and various festival appearances. They’re scheduled to play at Roskilde Festival, Summer Sonic Festival in Japan, the Mad Cool Festival and the Meltdown Festival in the UK, which was curated by The Cure’s Robert Smith.

Recently, during an interview with BBC Radio 6, Trent Reznor revealed that the third and long-awaited final installment of NIN’s EP trilogy should be out before the band’s European festival tour in June. “As we finished Add Violence we found ourselves… it felt too predictable. It felt like we were forcing things. Musically and storytelling-wise. The reason this has been delayed is because it took us a while for—what has become the third EP—to reveal itself to us.” Nine Inch Nails released the first part of the trilogy, “Not the Actual Events,” in 2016 followed by “Add Violence” in 2017.

As of this writing the 13 and 15 are sold out and tickets are available for the 16 starting at $79.50 at

Illusionist Tommy Wind stars with Greg Gleason, Farrell Dillon, Nathan Phan and Chris Randall in “Master of Illusion” at Bally’s Hotel and Casino.

Straight from the television show, the troupe of magicians plays tricks on your mind. Pay attention to what’s happening on stage, as the illusions and tricks will blow your mind. Master of Illusion performs Wednesday through Monday at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $45 and are available at

Rocker Rick Springfield headlines this year’s JunesFest at Sunset Station Amphitheater on June 9. Springfield skyrocketed to fame in 1981 when the stars aligned and he found himself sitting on top of the world. In the midst of recording what would become the quintessential pop/rock album, “Working Class Dog,” Rick was cast to the play the young, eligible Dr. Noah Drake, on the popular daytime drama “General Hospital.” That same year, MTV debuted, changing the dynamic of the music industry forever. Rick topped the Billboard’s charts with “Jessie’s Girl” and “I’ve Done Everything For You.” The following year, he won a Grammy for “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.” Almost 40 years later Springfield is still at it, touring and playing to huge crowds with an incredibly loyal following. JuneFest also features  Starship featuring Micky Thomas, and Berlin featuring Terry Nunn. JuneFest starts at 5 p.m. on Saturday June 9. Tickets start at $69 and are available at






Multi Grammy-award winner P!NK is back on the road with Beautiful Trauma world tour in support of her highly anticipated seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma. The last P!NK tour was the Truth About Love tour in 2014, which spanned 142-sold out shows across 13 countries. P!NK is showing no sign of slowing down as she produces hit after hit.

Although P!NK’s performance origins began in 2001 with an R&B girl-band called Choice, she found her true success as a solo pop artist. Her rock-chic persona and belting vocals match her often provocative lyrics perfectly, making her one of pop music’s edgiest acts. Since her debut, P!NK has released six studio albums, one greatest hits album, sold over 42 million albums, over 75 million singles, more than 2.4 million DVDs worldwide and has had eight number one hits.

Don’t miss out on seeing the legendary P!NK; she truly puts on a show - you don’t want to miss it! Pink performs at 8 p.m. on May 26 at T-Mobile Arena. Tickets start at $173 and are available at



We love Jim Gaffigan! Jim Gaffigan is definitely a comedian you need to see. As well as building his stand-up career, Gaffigan has starred in movies, television shows and written a few books. His best-seller “Food: A Love Story.” is a must-read. Besides authoring a delicious book, he’s produced comedy specials like “Mr. Universe” and “Jim Gaffigan: Obsessed,” which both received a Grammy nomination.

Jim Gaffigan is performing in Vegas, showcasing his famous dad bod and witty comedy that will have you in stitches. Gaffigan performs May 27 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Tickets are $60 and available at





Las Rageous 2018 rocks downtown Las Vegas April 20 and 21 from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Headliners for the festival include Five Finger Death Punch, A Perfect Circle, A Day to Remember, Judas Priest, Clutch and more. Tickets are available at with tier 1 passes sold out, and tier 2 and above passes starting at $127 for the two-day concert.




For an evening of pure enjoyment and laughter, catch Gordie’s show. Gordie’s show will make you smile until your face hurts, and you’ll walk away knowing you’ve seen a very uniquely talented man with gut-busting imitations of Al Pacino, Clint Eastwood, Joe Cocker, Axl Rose, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Presidents Clinton and Bush. Be sure to watch for his passionate duet he sings between Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson, “To All The Plants I’ve Smoked Before.” And his riotous version of an unfaithful Kenny Rogers singing “She Believed Me!” This multi-faceted entertainer is loaded with talent, charisma and has smooth comedic timing. Brown performs at The Night Owl Showroom at Hooters Hotel and Casino at 7 p.m. and is dark on Tuesdays and Fridays.



Go on a journey to a new dimension of entertainment with OPIUM, the new show at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas from the creators of Absinthe. What is OPIUM? It’s fast, funny and funky. Completely off the planet. Remember the good old days when you sauntered into a Las Vegas showroom, martini in hand, while a pack of comedians and crooners bantered in front of the house band? Even if you do, one thing’s for certain: it didn’t look like this. Slip through the crack in the space/time continuum for a close encounter with a spaceship of fools. Tickets start at $79 and are available at

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