“Crazy Girls” at the Riviera Casino & Hotel is celebrating their 25th anniversary in Vegas by giving a new meaning to the term bottoms up. On Oct. 2 the show is inviting women 21 years of age and older to participate in “Show Us Your Assets,” a re-creation of the Crazy Girls arm-in-arm and hip-to-hip pose to create Las Vegas’ longest butt lineup.
For those unfamiliar with the Crazy Girls’ signature pose, it’s emblazoned on billboards around the city. It’s also immortalized in a bronze statue of the Crazy Girls located in front of the Riviera.
Registration for the event begins at 11 a.m. by Le Bistro Lounge, located on the Riviera floor. The lineup will start at 12:30 p.m. Interested participants can pre-register by sending their name, age and phone number to Butts@CrazyGirlsLV.com . All women who participate will receive a commemorative T-shirt along with access to food and drink specials and entertainment passes.
Local radio station KOMP 92.3 and their morning show with Craig, Al and Andy will be broadcasting live from the event from 1 – 3 p.m. to give out fabulous prizes, including staycations, dining and entertainment packages. Food will be provided by Slidin’ Thru food truck. Le Bistro Lounge will offer drink specials during the event, including $2 beer specials and 92-cent PBR.
Aside from participating in “Show Us Your Assets,” guests can also purchase a commemorative “No Ifs, Ands or …” photo where they’ll be placed in the iconic lineup with the help of a green screen. The commemorative photos are $5, and all proceeds will go to benefit the American Cancer Society as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Crazy Girls opened in 1987 at the Riviera. After 16,506 shows it’s the longest-running topless revue on the Las Vegas Strip. The show continues to titillate audiences with its cast of beautiful showgirls and sultry choreography.
“The controversy that surrounded the show when it opened in 1987 boosted its popularity to unbelievable heights, making Crazy Girls the must-see show on the Las Vegas Strip. That sentiment holds true today as we begin the show’s next 25-year run at Riviera,” said President and CEO of Riviera Casino & Hotel Andy Choy.