ATOMIC SALOON SHOW LOCALS DISCOUNT

Boozy Skunkton hopes to lure locals by offering $30 off on select seats throughout her saloon.

ABOUT ATOMIC SALOON SHOW LAS VEGAS

Madame Boozy Skunkton welcomes you to the wildest watering hole in town. Fast, funny and sexy, ATOMIC SALOON SHOW plays in Las Vegas’s most intimate entertainment venue, a Wild West wonderland hidden inside Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort. In its five-star review, The Times of London said, ”It’s like Blazing Saddles with sex on the brain. A ridiculously enjoyable show.” And the Las Vegas Sun said, “ATOMIC SALOON SHOW is nothing short of riotous.  It moves at breakneck speed and packs in maximum laughs-per-minute. There’s comedy, dancing, quirky circus sideshow-style performances, aerialists and acrobats. This show makes you want to come back and see it again as soon as possible. Or maybe you just won’t want to leave.”

Atomic Saloon Show Las Vegas is for ages 18 and above.

SHOWTIMES

Monday to Tuesday, 8PM
Wednesday, No Show
Thursday to Sunday, 7.30PM & 10PM
Showtimes Vary

LOCATION

Atomic Saloon
Grand Canal Shoppes | Level 2 | The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
3327 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89109

PRICES

Starting from $68 + Taxes, Fees

Seat Map

VIP BOOTHS

VIP Booths

GROUP TICKETS

To book group tickets of 10 or more:

Atomic Saloon Show Group Experience
Call: 702-343-7334

LOCALS OFFER

Save $30 on tickets. Must present local ID at box office upon pickup.

LOCALS SAVE $30

“Sexy and funny... outrageously raunchy… this show is a total blast. Yee haw!”

The List, UK

“Drop-dead sexy acrobats and ridiculous comedy mayhem.”

BroadwayWorld

“A high-octane raucous delight that boasts a wicked sense of humour, mesmerising performance routines, and a stirring party atmosphere.”

Culture Fix

“A rootin’-tootin’, neon-draped, yee-haw armageddon... this is sexy circus that knows no limits.”

Wee Review, UK

“Putting the wild into wild west. It’s like Blazing Saddles on steroids with sex on the brain. Ridiculously enjoyable show.”

The Times of London

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