Save $6.50 per ticket on Chippendales: The Show

Billed as “The Ultimate Girls Night Out,” the men of Chippendales The Show use song, dance, striptease and body butter to play out an array of female fantasies.

The Rio All-Suite Resort and Casino house were created by the Chippendales in 2002, and after 3 years of selling-out and dazzling crowds at Club Rio, the casino opened the doors into a custom designed theater complex assembled only for Chippendales in 2005.

A digital resort area which was designed by women for girls, the theater complex boasts 21,000 square feet of a woman’s oasis in the desert. The 40-seat balcony offers private VIP heavens lounges, where girls celebrate special occasions from bachelorette to divorce bashes and may assemble in groups. Likewise, the women room decor is alluring, feminine and chic, featuring an exclusive rumor orchestra pit and multiple mini-makeover stations. Besides the theater, there’s a broad 1,500 square foot ultra Flirt lounge with a pub offering a stylized, intimate feel. A menu of specialty cocktails continues to be created for “The Ultimate Girls’ Night Out!,” where flavored rums, vodkas, tequilas and, obviously, champagne, are combined with unique ingredients and fruit juices to produce innovative cocktails. A next 2,100 square-foot retail boutique is host to an assortment of items that appeal to girls, such as bachelorette party equipment and exclusive Chippendales apparel.

The Show was revamped into an even more notable performance, whole with costuming, scenic design and new musical selections.


Chippendales is a touring dance troupe best known for its male erotic dancing (striptease) performances and for its dancers’ distinctive upper body costume of a bow tie and shirt cuffs worn on an otherwise bare torso.

Established in 1979, Chippendales was the first all-male stripping troupe to make a business performing for mostly female audiences. Through the quality of its staging and choreography, Chippendales also helped legitimize stripping as a form of popular entertainment.

Today, the company produces Broadway-style shows worldwide and licenses its intellectual property for select consumer products ranging from apparel and accessories to slot machines and video games. The Chippendales perform in a ten-million dollar theater and lounge built specifically for them at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Annually, the official men of Chippendales are seen by almost two million people worldwide, performing in more than 25 cities in the U.S., 23 cities in Central and South America, 60 European cities, four Asian countries, and eight South African cities. The main troupe members today are: Dylan Rush, Billy Jeffrey, Gavin McHale, Kris Davis, Sami Eskelin, Nathan Minor, Jaymes Vaughan, James Davis, Johnny Howes and Juan Deangelo.

Past dancers and hosts
Radio host Todd Michaels performed with the company in 1991 and 1995.

Recently, former The Bachelor fiancée Vienna Girardi hosted the Chippendales’ “Ultimate Girls Night Out” in November 2010. Karina Smirnoff of Dancing With The Stars hosted the following month. Ronnie Magro of Jersey Shore guest hosted an event in February 2011. Jeff Timmons will be performing with the group through the summer. In 2012, Joey Lawrence was a dancer for a special engagement in June at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Chippendale dancers Jaymes Vaughan and James Davis competed in the 21st season of The Amazing Race; ultimately finishing in 2nd place. Vaughan, who sings for the Las Vegas show, has also released a solo single “Vampire”, and Davis, serving as the show’s guitarist, also plays bass for Vegas band My Name Engraved. and other notable Chippendales dancers are the actor Ian Ziering, the bachelor star Jake Pavelka, the actor Joey Lawrence, the singer Jeff Timmons, Taking Dawn band member Mikey Cross.

Past dancers include:

  • Nathan Minor
  • Jeff Beech
  • Kevin Docter
  • Johnny Rivera
  • John Brice
  • Shake Akira
  • Dan Skellan
  • Kris Davis
  • Juan DeAngelo
  • Billy Jeffries
  • Chaun Thomas
  • Bryan Cheatham
  • Jaymes Vaughn
  • James Davis
  • John Cook
  • Lind Walter