Strip Club Hunk Shows vs. Casino Hunk Shows
The main difference between a show like Thunder from Down Under at Excalibur’s Thunder Theater and the male strip shows at Sapphire and the other Vegas strip clubs is that the dancers at the strip clubs sell lap dances (and sometimes VIP private shows) after the stage show to the strip club audiences.
The audiences are a little different as well. The casino-based hunk shows tend to have a female crowd that ranges from young to middle-aged. The strip club based hunk show audience tends to be women under thirty.
If you like the idea of up-close-and-personal contact with a nearly-nude male dancer, the strip club shows are for you. If you’re more into the idea of a crowd of women laughing at cute guys ripping their shirts off, stick to a show like Thunder from Down Under.
Gay Friendly Male Strip Shows in Las Vegas
All of the major male strip shows in Las Vegas admit men unaccompanied by women. Although the audiences of the shows are primarily women, the shows are gay friendly.
Male Strip Shows at Vegas Strip Clubs
3025 Industrial Rd, Las Vegas
Show: Men of Sapphire
Open: Thursdays 9 pm to midnight/Fri & Sat 10 pm to 1 am
Cover Charge: $40 ($10 locals)
This show starts with a Thunder from Down Under-style stage show (hunks stripping out of soldier, cowboy, and fireman outfits, etc.) but after the show the guys come off stage to work the crowd and flirt and sell high-contact lap dances ($20).
If you buy a high-contact lap dance, it will generally include the guy feeling up your titties, dry humping you, and generally getting all over you. The women in the crowd who are getting the lap dances seem to love it.
6007 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas
Show: Kings of Hustler
Open: Thur – Sun, 8pm – 2 am
Cover Charge: $25, includes 2 drinks