3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, CA | Directions 8910935.970867 -115.172873
So Much Fun! Great Cast! – My husband and I had such a great time at this show. The show was fast paced and upbeat. The dancers are all very unique and have different things to offer people who enjoy all types of women. All were beautiful. The comedian was hilarious and I almost peed my pants during some of his jokes. I think for our money we got exactly what we expected. A fun, entertaining, Vegas topless show. Not sure what show the people who commented previously saw but I do know that Fantasy updated their cast and show recently so maybe that was the difference. I also liked that you get to meet the cast afterwards. You don't even have to pay for photos or autographs. All the ladies were super friendly and even gave us some good suggestions for hot club spots to hit up on the strip. I would suggest seeing the show for yourself!
not impressed at all – We went to the show, and my husband and I were both disappointed. The only good thing is we got 2 for 1 tickets for being locals. This was the first time either of us have gone to a show on the strip despite living in Las Vegas for over 20 years. The dancers were out of sync with each other, the dancing was poor, and the girls were NOT gorgeous or sexy. One even looked like she was in her 40's! Maybe this was the "B" team of dancers, as it was a weeknight. The comedy was good, and I wish there had been more of that rather than painfully watching the topless girls try to dance.
Great Show! Hilarious and sexy! – My wife and I were married the night before the show and we were looking for some adult entertainment. This show did not disappoint. The hostess was an incredible singer and the comic relief kept us in stitches. The women were gorgeous and REALLY talented. I was pulled on stage and performed as Elvis. My wife was crying from laughing so hard. It seems like the people that are posting bad reviews are stuff shirts and should stick to Wayne Newton.
Horrible and embarassing – Horrible; trashy; waste of money; I was dragged on stage by trashy women in front of my wife. They mocked and cracked jokes at me all night. This is after I told them no and pick someone else. I even asked ticket booth if the seats I chose made you participate in show- they of course lied and told me No. I was totally embarrassed. The girls and comedian knew I was uncomfortable and still hacked on me. They then threw an Elvis costume on me and made me shake my hips. I had never been so humiliated in my entire life. It was the worst experience of my life. I held my head down in shame and walked fast out of the theater when that show was over. Don't sit in front row- seats 17 or 18- those were my seats. I'll never return to Luxor or a show there again. Save your money and go to a local strip club and pay $20 for a lap dance. It would have surely been better. As far as quality of act- who knows- I was too worried about my self getting hacked on all night and being part of the show- I really didn't enjoy the experience.
Sounds like you need to lighten up. I saw the show and the guy they selected for this Elvis bit and he had a blast with it, as did the audience. He basically became a celebrity with all the audience. After the show everyone was still cheering him on and even offered to buy him drinks. Sorry you didn't have fun with it...maybe you would have enjoyed the show more if you could learn to take a joke.
Just Awful – This was the first time I've ever fallen asleep in a room with that many topless women, pre-coitus. One of the other reviews nailed it when they called it a topless high school talent show. Please save your time and money and skip this one.
Waste of time – That show was a total waste of time and money. It was like a high school talent show with breasts thrown in the mix. The choreography was lame, the girls weren't in sync w/each other and the girl singing actually screamed 1/3 of time. It was so terrible that both my husband and I walked out before it was even over. Please take my advice and do NOT waste your time and money on this show as we did.
Fantastic show, Beautiful dancers, Incredible Comedian/Impressionist - GREAT PERFORMANCE! – Fantasy at the Luxor is a GREAT show to see! There are beautiful female dancers that perform to today's top hits and gives the audience exactly what they came to see! This show gives you many tastes of your fantasies and they interact very well with the audience. There are NON STOP visuals and this show attracts men, women and couples. The show also features specialty acts by the Comedian and Impressionist Sean Cooper whom is very halarious and extremely talented. Fantasy has been a top show in vegas for, I believe 8 years, which would indicate the success of the show. I recommend this show for those who want sweet visual pleasures, great dancing and one halarious Comedian and multi talented Impressionist whom also interacts with the ladies in great dance numbers
Waste of an hour – Don't believe the giant billboards on Las Vegas Blvd. This show is terrible. Thank god my boyfriend and I had one free ticket, becuase I would have walked out after five minutes and demanded my money back if I had paid full price -- $55 a pop -- for that disaster. Like a PG strip club with mediocre dancing and bad singing, this was one hour of my life I'll never get back.
When the clock strikes twelve, secret longings come alive. – The Scene
The moving hands of the big clock on the stage wall are the trigger for Midnight Fantasy's nine leggy showgirls to reveal the passionate wishes that make them tick. From ride-'em-cowgirl cantering to an ancient Egyptian bump 'n' grind, a night nurse coddling her special patient, to a grown-up slumber party ending with three under the sheets, the fantasies are relatively tasteful, amusing, and stylishly expressed.
Beautiful girls, a fast-paced act, the low cost and an absence of raunch makes this an ideal show to treat your sweetie to. In a break from the lip-syncing typical on the Strip, Midnight Fantasy features Charidy Sullivan singing live for some of the show, while Sean Cooper energizes the room with a first-rate Tina Turner impression. Another bonus is "equilibrist" Jean Nedel's startling 10-minute demonstration of balancing feats, carried over from the show "Jubilee."
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