Rated 5 out of 5 by TheBrideTribe Such a great time
We were under the impression that once you buy VIP tickets that it was first come first serve since it didn't give us an option to choose our seats. Unfortunately that's not how it was. We were pretty bummed but the guys still put on a great show. They go out in the crowd and didn't only target brides or birthday girls. They actually got randomly selected people to dance with which was really nice. Although the selection process of tickets wasnt convenient the show was amazing and all the girls in our group had an amazing time. I would definitely go again
August 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by stacylee23 Great show!
My friends and I had a great time! We commented how there's a little bit of something for everyone. I found it odd that the bartender automatically gives you your drink in a souvenir cup so you have to spend your $17 or whatever. I feel like they were forcing you. The dancing was good, some dancers were more spirited than others. Overall, good show!
August 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lucyllll Wonderful and sexy
I love O show. But this one is my favorite. I hope these guys keep being Goodlooking and cute! Keep fit! Keep dancing!
August 17, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by blossom1982 Really good buuuuut...
We had a fantastic time! Music was good, the guys were hot, the drinks were flowing... the only complaint was that every time they did a dance where they would pull someone on stage, they kept picking the same 3 girls. They did 7 dances where they ended up pulling people up and it was the same 3 girls... every. time! Even when they did the little bit where they pretended they were on a dating show and the panel had 3 girls, one of the 3 was from this original group of 3. It was irritating and we weren't the only ones annoyed by it. Thunder from Down Under doesn't do this! They pick all different girls from different age groups, races and sizes.
August 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by BirthdayGirl21 BETTER THAN THUNDER DOWN UNDER HANDS DOWN!
It was my birthday so my friends and I wanted to visit both male strip clubs Chippendales and Thunder From Down Under so we decided to give them both a shot! We first went to Chippendales and when you first get in there, there is a lounge and a bar to get drinks before you get into the theatre which was really nice and low key. When you get a drink they give you souvenir glasses of the guys and that was a pleasant surprise! When we got in there we got tickets up close which were great! The guys were all so nice friendly and really genuine people. They came over and danced on me for some songs and one of them even threw his shirt at me which was great! The dancing was so much in sync vs. TFDU. Chippendales was very classy and hands down the best one out of the two. TFDU cannot even compete with the Chippendale boys at all! TFDU WAS SO BAD OUR WHOLE TABLE LEFT DURING THE SHOW BECAUSE IT WAS SO BAD!! Pay the extra money and get a seat up close and GO TO CHIPPENDALES! It will be worth the money in the end! I wish someone would of told us which one was better but, they didn't so save your self money go to a class act that I know is worth every bit of money!
August 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shani Great show!
Very good show, the entertainers were very handsome and professional. We did not feel uncomfortable in any way, it was quality entertainment. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
August 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fracklisa Perfection
It was a perfect way to spend the night before my best friend's wedding. They brought her on stage for a routine and me as well. Such a fun time. Thank you everyone involved with the show. We will be back and will see it again.
July 29, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Davis101 New show is not great
I saw the show in March of 2015 and LOVED it!!! I was so excited to bring my 21 year old niece back to see it but was disappointed with the new acts. Very boring and not nearly enough choreographed dancing. It had me clapping and excited with the old show, not at all with the new show. The only time I enjoyed it was when they did one of their old acts "Ride a Horse, Save a Cowboy".
July 24, 2015