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Top Las Vegas Shows - Fantasy at The Luxor Atrium
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15 March 2010

Top Las Vegas Shows - Fantasy at The Luxor AtriumThere are hundreds of shows one can find on the Las Vegas Strip. The real question comes down to your particular tastes. Do you like comedy? Maybe the arts? Or are your tastes a little more provocative? If so, there’s nothing like a topless Vegas show to scratch that naughty itch – and Fantasy is currently Vegas’ most visually stimulating.

Fantasy is currently playing every night at 10:30 p.m. via the Luxor’s Atrium Showroom. The show’s been going on for a while, and to date, Fantasy has never lacked a loyal following. Maybe it’s the actual production quality of the show that keeps people coming back. But it’s far more likely that the nude women are packing seats.

The show is pitched in a straightforward manner, and it doesn’t really deviate from its adverts. Fantasy is as close to truth in advertizing as you’ll probably find in Las Vegas. It’s promoted as a half trashy, half classy topless revue, where racy women dance, sing and entertain the folks at a frenetic pace.

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Top Vegas Shows - The Rat Pack Is Back
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25 November 2009

Top Vegas Shows - The Rat Pack Is BackSammy Davis, Jr., Dean Martin, Frank “The Chairman” Sinatra, those other two guys - wow, has there ever been a better act in the history of Las Vegas than The Rat Pack!?

Sure, the king of them all, Elvis Presley, is famous in Vegas. There’s also Wayne Newton, Tony Bennett and Celine Dion, to name a few more. The Rat Pack’s success and reverence crushes the entire lot however; the 4-man group (sometimes 3-man) has become the true archetype of Vegas excess.

The Rat Pack is Back is considered to be the best tribute going to the now-deceased members of the original group. It wasn’t well received at the start, and it has now been through two different hotels, currently playing its third - and if the guys of the group have anything to say about it, this will be the last stop for a while.

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