Starship OPM73 has been grounded in Uranus as of Saturday, March 14 at 5PM. Current ticket holders are being notified as required, by show date. Please sign up for future show notifications as we hope to resume flights to Las Vegas as soon as possible. In the meantime, Captain Kuntan instructs you to tune in to his crew’s Quarantunes Playlist.


Journey on a trip to a new dimension of entertainment in this thrilling adults-only space odyssey. Fast, funny, and funky, this show is a love letter to every B-grade science fiction movie ever made.

The spaceship’s twisted crew are at your service with in-flight entertainment provided by the galaxy’s most talented performers and other space oddities.

Opium Las Vegas is for ages 18 and above.


Blast off Wednesday to Sunday, 8PM & 10PM with 80 minutes of in-flight entertainment. Showtimes Vary.


Boarding passes from $69 + Taxes, Fees
Seat Map


Save $30 on “A Reserve” category tickets. Must present local ID at box office upon pickup.


Fuel up before flight at The Cosmopolitan’s one-of-a-kind modern supper club, Rose.Rabbit.Lie., or at its endless imaginative food hall, Wicked Spoon, when you select Dinner Package while booking. Pick up your boarding pass at the box office the night of the show, before dinner. Both restaurants are conveniently located adjacent to the launch pad.


To book group boarding passes of 10 or more:

Opium Group Experience
Call: 702-534-3419


“There is no show in Vegas quite like this interplanetary farce… wild musical numbers, raunchy comedy and unique side acts.”

Las Vegas Journal

“The insanely-anticipated new adults-only variety show from Spiegelworld. The whole thing takes place on board an eighties-era, B-movie rocket ship and is full of daring acts and raunchy comedy.”


“Moments of extreme excitement and eccentricity… one of those Vegas shows you’ll need to see more than once.”

Las Vegas Sun

“You saw something without being quite sure what is was, and you kinda wish it had abducted you… killer circus acts… real Vegas showroom gusto… indescribable.”

Las Vegas Weekly