How Las Vegas’ New Mask Mandate Affects the Strip Clubs

You Must Wear a Mask, but Dancers Are Exempt

Yesterday, Tuesday, the State of Nevada elected to enforce the masking updates advised by the CDC, which will formally go into effect this Friday, July 30, 2021. In the strip clubs, this means that everyone, including fully vaccinated individuals, club employees and guests, must wear a mask in public indoor settings.

One exception: this mandate does not apply to participants in “certain activities or events, including but not limited to: athletes, performers, or musicians.” So, dancers will not be required to wear masks.

So, if you’re in town tonight (Wed) or tomorrow night (Thurs), you will not be required to wear a mask until midnight tomorrow. (The mandate goes into effect at 12:01 am on Friday.) Also, you will not be required to wear a mask at Sapphire’s Topless Pool this weekend since it’s not indoors.

If you’re partying on the rooftop at Hustler Club, you can go maskless, though you may have to wear a mask walking through the club to get up there. Wednesday is Military Night at Hustler. So, tonight you can get free admission with your military ID, and you can get $100 bottles of 3 Ugly Ones Vodka. Hustler is open from 7:30 pm till 2 am tonight. Call the club for reservations or free transport at (702) 795-3131. Topless, full bar, 21+

Also, Wednesday is VIP Night at Centerfolds. That means there’s an open bar from 10 pm till midnight. The Burlesque After Dark show is at 11 pm. Centerfolds is open from 7 pm till 6 am every night. Call (702) 767-8757 for free limo, reservations, etc. Topless, full bar, 21+

8 Responses to “How Las Vegas’ New Mask Mandate Affects the Strip Clubs”

    • Arnold Snyder

      Dug: There will be a media night soon and I’ll go see it. They’re changing the name from “Burlesque After Dark” to “Touch of Burlesque.” The “strippers” are from some of Vegas’ best shows – Cirque du Soliel, Fantasy, etc., so I think it’s going to be dynamite.

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  1. Scott

    Please Americans …. just refuse to wear these silly masks.

    They can’t arrest us all.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Hugh: I’ll be surprised if vax mandates are ever imposed on customers in Vegas. The casinos hate the thought of turning away customers and the vax has been getting too much bad press.

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  2. Hugh

    Well, Arnold it seems that the rumors were true and there are mask mandates to attend certain events in Vegas like Raider’s games. But it seems that the vaccine mandates are being implemented by businesses rather than the state,
    https://www.ktnv.com/vaxrequired

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Hugh: The Raiders made their own decision to require the vax. Don’t know how long this will last.I wonder if they’ll have season ticket holders who demand their money back. I guess we’ll see.

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