This fall, the Strip will be hit with one of the wildest variety shows of all time when Atomic Saloon opens at the Venetian. From creative characters to comedic acts, bomb test sites and more here are 5 reasons to see Atomic Saloon this September:
From the minds of Spiegelworld
Atomic Saloon is brought to you from the same production company that is responsible for the wildly successful show Absinthe at Caesars Palace. The team also created the quirky, sci-fi show, Opium at the Cosmopolitan.
Directed by Cal McCrystal
The new show is directed by “Britain’s leading comedy director Cam McCrystal.” McCrystal is known for his “direction and role” in the hilarious movies Paddington and Paddington 2. Neither of which he directed but rather served as “Physical Comedy Consultant.” He did, however, direct comedy routines featured in Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity.
Comedy actors, variety acts and acrobats
You never know what you’re going to get in Las Vegas, which means you know you’ll always get something wild. Atomic Saloon is already exceeding our expectations of different by combining comic actors, variety shows and acrobats. It’s fast, it’s funny and it’s being called an “adults-only circus-variety show.”
Into the wild west
Atomic Saloon is being described as “blazing saddles meet America’s Got Talent meets Westward.” Audiences will travel to a wild watering hole in the west built right on an atomic bomb test site. The production is an homage to the region’s atomic-testing history and Vegas’ wild-west underpinnings.
Determined to create the greatest saloon show of all time, Boozy Skunkton has collected “the most abnormally sexy but sensationally amoral troupe of entertainers on Earth…” So get ready for some sexy costumes and routines and maybe even some raunch too.
Atomic Saloon will open at Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian September 8, 2019. The show will run six nights a week, dark Wednesdays.