What’s a visit to Las Vegas without a little bit of sin? If it’s naughty entertainment you’re looking for, Sin City offers much in the way to get your night off to a steamy start. The following are some of our favorites, in no particular order.
Zumanity at New York-New York
“Zumanity” is Cirque du Soleil’s take on the sensual, erotic and raunchy side of human nature. Sure, there’s still the acrobatics and gravity-defying stunts – performed with minimal costuming – but the playful nature of the show helps couples spice things up. Some of the numbers are definitely erotic, making you want to cuddle up to your date, while others are straight up hilarious. The show is emceed by the Mistress of Sensuality, a spicy drag queen.
Absinthe at Caesars Palace
This show is not for the easily offended. When you step inside the white tent in front of Caesars Palace, you are transported back to the Moulin Rouge. Hosted by the foul-mouthed ringleader The Gazillionaire and his assistant, Penny, “Absinthe” presents a cast of comedic eccentrics who perform everything from a burlesque-style striptease to incredible feats of strength. The show, with its dark humor, is sexy, raunchy and hilarious.
Chippendales at Rio
For the ladies, there’s the all-male revue of “Chippendales.” Wearing the signature Chippendales’ costume of little more than a bow-tie, wrist cuffs and jeans, the men easily fulfill many a lady’s fantasy — and then some! The men are sexy and fun, and will flirt with the audience – even bringing a few lucky ladies on stage for some special attention. Be prepared to swoon over their hot dance moves and gorgeous bodies.
Fantasy at Luxor
Although you’d think men would be more likely to enjoy “Fantasy,” the show’s female dancers also rev up the women in the audience, who are often the loudest ones cheering! The sexy ladies, who swivel their hips as they slowly peel off their clothes, are dressed as cowgirls, rockers and Latin dancers and perform numbers including a steamy female-only ménage à trois and scintillating dance routines. Between acts, the in-house comedian keeps things light.
Pin Up at Stratosphere
“Pin Up” is a fun, classy and sexy show for couples. The dancers – four women and a man – take you on a yearlong journey through a pin-up calendar, starting with January, a red-hot number to warm up the audience. The show is hosted by 2011 Playboy Playmate of the Year Claire Sinclair, who makes appearances throughout the show. Although no one is completely topless, Claire does don pasties for a few numbers, including her main performance in the show’s October scene, where brilliant Swarovski crystal spider pasties accentuate her breasts.