Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
Club Paradise, Las Vegas’ oldest adult nightclub (est. 1993) is reinventing itself for its upcoming 20th anniversary. The director and key performers from The ACT, which was recently banned from The Palazzo for being too explicit, have found a new home at Club Paradise. Sam Cecola, the club’s director, announced the recent contract signing. “Things have come full circle as it was Club Paradise that first introduced the unique blend of choreographed shows and lap-dancing that made it famous nearly 20 years ago on December 28, 1993.”
The new show, The Acts at Club Paradise, will be sure to please a wide variety of audiences and continue entertaining Las Vegas for another two decades. Like its predecessor The ACT, the performances will be provocative, bawdy, and edgy, but above all will be highly entertaining. The Acts at Club Paradise is scheduled to debut this New Years Eve.
Launched over 20 years ago, Club Paradise is Las Vegas’ original adult nightclub and set the industry standard across the country for upscale topless showclubs. A five-time winner of the industry’s prestigious “Club of the Year” award, Club Paradise is internationally recognized for exceptional hospitality and the finest wine and champagne selection in the country, all in the company of hundreds of beautiful topless showgirls. The entirely remodeled adult club is a sexy yet sophisticated marriage between an international adult cabaret and multi-faceted cirque-inspired nightclub. With the best location of any adult club in Las Vegas -- directly across from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino -- and just moments from the Las Vegas Strip and McCarren Airport, the revolutionary concept will usher in a new era of social entertainment combining five-star hospitality and choreographed exotic performances.
4416 Paradise Road, Las Vegas | (702) 734-7990 | http://www.ClubParadise.net