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Shows to ignite your Valentine's Day

A paring as perfect as chocolate on Valentine’s Day, Sin City also happens to be the Entertainment Capitol of the World meaning, whether you’re single or madly in love, your Valentine’s Day weekend will be anything but boring. Whether your goal is to have a hot holiday, an innocent laugh, or a romantic rendezvous, listed in no particular order below are 10 Vegas shows that will satisfy each of these pleasures – naughty or nice.

What can we say; really bendy people performing what could be coined as acrobatic Kama Sutra is not only rousingly entertaining but sensually mood-setting as well. Be prepared to gasp, in more ways than one, as you discover just how the tantalizingly toned bodies of Zumanity have flipped their way into the climax of entertainment.

Le Rêve 
Treat your sweetheart to a sweet night on the town with this beautifully romantic, subtle love-story. Get swept away in the whimsical Dream while enjoying a sparkling glass of bubbly and strawberries in the Champagne circle seats for an ever-so-intimate evening.

Zombie Burlesque 
What? The thought of rigor mortis doesn’t get your hot and bothered? OK, well good thing that goes for most people that haven’t seen this sexy, horny zombie-filled production.  Putting a zany twist on everything that’s sexy about a traditional burlesque performance, the no-limits cast of “Zombie Burlesque” shows audience members that even though the hearts of these sex-frenzied fiends were devoured long ago, their romantic pulse is still pumping blood to all the right places.

Boyz II Men 
Looking for romance? You can’t go wrong with a show that gives away 5,472 roses ever year while the boys from Motownphilly croon the deeply passionate love ballad “I’ll Make Love To You.” A concert of soulful love songs is not only ideal for inspiring romance, but it is a perfect excuse to hold your honey tight and feel the love for 90 minutes. 

X Burlesque 
For the wild couple or the singles out there, the “X” in the title should give away the fact that this is not your grandma’s burlesque show. As close to a strip club without being a strip club, the elements that make this night of entertainment so naughty include sexy, topless dancers, poles, and chances for audience members to join in on the on-stage action.  

Who needs a date when you have the hot men of Chipendales at your finger tips? We're ready to get our groove on and watch these men shake it in our face. There's nothing more romantic then washboard abs and rip away pants. Is it getting hot in here or are these men heating up the place? Find out for yourself this Valentine's Day.

XBU / Stripper 101 
Why simply watch the action when you can be the star of it? Spice up your love life or just crank up the heat and learn some of the hottest moves from some of Vegas’ hottest dancers for a little hotel room hanky-panky.  

50 Shades! The Parody 
They say laughter is a great aphrodisiac so why not get your mojo going with this laugh-inducing show that parodies the book phenomenon. Pair it with the movie that is opening on Valentine’s Day weekend and you can have a whole theme going for your Valentine’s Day.

Valentine's Day 2018

More than 5 percent of all marriages in the United States take place in Las Vegas, making Nevada the No. 1 location in the nation to get married. We have romance in our veins and more than 50 wedding chapels to help you tie the knot. But you don't have to take vows to enjoy the romance of Vegas. With gourmet dining and sexy shows, Vegas is the perfect spot for lovers and honeymooners. Check back often as we are always updating the listings.

Five ways Vegas pours on the romance

What? You thought Las Vegas was just filled with boozy bachelor / bachelorette parties, guys handing out flyers for “in-room dancers” and women in g-strings posing for pictures on the Strip? Sure, that’s why we got the moniker “Sin City.” But underneath our rhinestones and make-up beats a romantic heart to rival Paris. It may be hard to spot Vegas’ softer side other days of the year but on Valentine’s Day we wear our heart on our pasties, leaving no doubt that Vegas is the place for romance Feb. 14.

Vegas weddings
Vegas leads the nation in marriages and a lot are done by Elvis

Vegas is the wedding capital of the United States with about 4 percent of all U.S. weddings taking place here each year. In 2016, 79,037 couples tied the knot in Clark County, more than any other county in the United States. Maybe it’s because we have no waiting period and don’t require a blood test. Nah… it’s because you can get married by Elvis. In Vegas we understand you want your wedding to be special and we work hard to make your dream wedding come to life, whether it’s walking down the aisle to “The Imperial March” from Star Wars or tying the knot in elegant, flower-covered chapel. 

Vegas proposals
You can propose in style

Vegas has a dozen red roses worth of romantic spots to pop the question. The city has co-opted romantic locations from around the world (Eiffel Tower, Venetian gondolas) and invented its own (Bellagio Fountains, atop the High Roller in a private pod). Vegas may be a major metropolis, but we even have romantic natural locations within driving distance including Red Rock Canyon and the one of the seven natural wonders of the world – the Grand Canyon. But to ensure your proposal is YouTube worthy, there’s over-the-top options too, including proposal by Colossus slot machine, street magician, at a Vegas show, on the Fremont Street Experience screen, with a flash mob on the Fremont Street Experience or jumping off the Stratosphere (don’t get the ring out until you land). But if you are really over the top, we’ll let you buy out a nightclub and hire professional dancers and singers.

Vegas restaurants
Romance begins in the stomach
So many restaurants, so little room to elaborate. Look, Vegas has got the romantic dinner of your dreams whether those feature beer and bratwurst or gourmet French cuisine. Of course we have the obvious – the Eiffel Tower restaurant, Top of the World, Alizé, Rivea (all restaurants with romantic views) and every gourmet restaurant in town. Pretty much every restaurant, chocolate store and bar in town has something for romantic for you, but sometimes the easiest items are the best. Stop by M & M World at New York – New York and customize some candies for your sweetheart. Plus you can pick up some chocolate sauce for later.

Vegas shows
Our shows are so sexy they’d be banned anywhere else
From acrobats to zombies, Vegas’ shows are sexy. So sexy, they’d probably be banned or regulated out of existence anywhere else but here. On Valentine’s Day we prefer a love story, a zombie love story. Yes “Zombie Burlesque” is sexy, sassy and there’s also love. But don’t stop there, check out roses and romance from Boyz II Men (they’ve given away 5,472 roses in one year), experience the sexy acrobatic maneuvers of “Zumanity” (the Kama Sutra seems tame compared to these performers) and explore if laughter really is an aphrodisiac with “50 Shades!The Parody.”  Throw in so many adult shows – “Fantasy,” “X Burlesque,” “Crazy Girls,” “Chippendales,” “Thunder From Down Under” – we couldn’t list them all here and you have no excuse for not being in the mood.

Vegas Suites
Our suites are sweeter than yours
Romantic, sexy and just plain XXX, Vegas hotel rooms provide everything you need to celebrate your love or lust. Imagine popping the cork on a bottle of Champagne while sitting in a private pool that overlooks the Strip in a 9,000-square-foot suite. The Sky Villa at The Palms Las Vegas, will bring sophistication to your Valentine’s Day. Too tame for you? Then perhaps you need a suite that will whip you into action. The Provocateur Suite at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is black and red throughout with a master suite bed the size of three queen beds, a suspended cage and a giant cross with handcuffs. Did we mention the in-room amenities include a whip, paddle and silk rope? Forgot to bring your toys? Don’t worry, the Provocateur Suite also features 24-hour delivery from Love Jones, the hotel’s rock ’n’ roll lingerie and accessories store. You can also find suites with stripper poles and “intimacy kits” are becoming a common in-room amenity.

Valentine's Day 2018 Dining

The Eiffel Tower Restaurant inside the Paris Las Vegas
If you can’t go to the City of Love, bring it to you. The Eiffel Tower restaurant inside the Paris, is the #1 romantic hotspot in the city with a killer view. Watch the sun set over the mountains and indulge in a menu that will have your taste buds falling in love. But wait, there’s more. This restaurant also offers a splash-free view of the Bellagio Fountains. Now that’s romance. This is the spot to take someone you’re madly in love with on Valentine’s Day.

Tuscany Gardens inside Tuscany Suites & Casino
No need to bust out the tape and glue, no piggy banks will be harmed this Valentine’s Day. Although they can easily be shattered with the amount of gifts, romantic gestures and the elegant dinners, this will not hold true this year. Tuscany Gardens inside The Tuscany Casino is here to save you. For $49, you’re guaranteed to swoon your loved one with a four-course meal that will feed your appetite. Penny pinchers, this one’s for you.

Carson Kitchen in Downtown Vegas
Wine and dine is our favorite combination of words. Carson Kitchen, located downtown, is the spot where four-courses go a long way. For $60 per couple, you’d be insane to pass this deal up. Serving you crispy chicken skins and veal meatballs that melt in your mouth, the amount of food they’re offering is hell for your waist line, but heaven for your taste buds. Make this romantic holiday one for the books.

Cleo  inside the SLS Las Vegas
Food is one way to anyone’s heart, and for us it’s the only way. On Valentine’s Day, Cleo inside SLS has outdone themselves with a five-course meal that will buy you a one-way ticket to anyone’s love and affection. For $120 per person, this Mediterranean menu offers hummus with tahini, grilled hanger steak with peewee potatoes and spoon salad, garlic shrimp with gigante beans and more for your taste buds to overload with flavor. All aboard the taste bud express for this Valentine’s Day.

SushiSamba inside The Palazzo Las Vegas
For all the new couples with that fiery passion and lust for one another, SushiSamba is delivering one kicked-up menu. For $140, indulge in your deepest desires with their Japanese A5 Wagyu or the Hirame Ceviche classico. This menu will ignite a burning flame that has nothing to do with indigestion.

Zefferino Italian Ristorante inside The Venetian Las Vegas
For those desperately wanting their “Lady and The Tramp” moment, now is your chance. For $85, Zefferino Italian Ristorante inside The Venetian is the closest thing you’ll get to your spaghetti-slurping scene. This restaurant is taking the sweet amore out of Italy and bringing it to the dinner table.

Hexx Kitchen + Bar inside the Paris Las Vegas
Nothing says “I Love You” more than a box of gooey chocolate and a bottle of wine. Hexx Kitchen + Bar is going straight for the sweet tooth for all of you who can’t resist the rich taste on your tongue. Just make sure, a picture of you with chocolate smeared all over your face isn’t about to go on the internet somewhere. Get your hands on the best chocolate in the city before it all melts away.

Alizé inside The Palms
Alizé at the Top of the Palms is where grand gestures are the main course, but don’t worry – the food is a close second. Before you can take a snapshot of your meal, you’ll be greeted by a 280-degree panoramic view that gives you bragging rights to the best seat in town. Don’t make this Valentine’s Day one to forget, make it a memory that’ll last forever.

Therapy  in Downtown Vegas
Who doesn’t need a little therapy session on Valentine’s Day? Therapy restaurant, located downtown, is serving up just what the doctor ordered. Sharing is caring, and that’s exactly what you’ll be in for with these portions. If you have a case of possessive plate disorder, this might be a train wreck you want to avoid on the passionate day of love. For $40 per person, you’re guaranteed not to go home with a case of hangry.

Buddy V's Ristorante inside The Venetian Las Vegas
Celebrate Valentine’s Day in a reality-TV kind of way. Buddy V’s Ristorante inside the Grand Canal Shoppes is owned by the Cake Boss himself. This is the perfect place to take your significant other who binge watches his show on the daily. With the menu being prix fixe or a la carte, you have plenty of options to choose from. These mouthwatering options include butternut squash cappellacci, lobster, clam & shrimp cioppino and a passion fruit torta. It’s time to show your loved one you accept their TV addiction on Valentine’s Day.

Cabo Wabo Cantina inside The Miracle Mile Shops
You don’t have to travel to Mexico to get a taste of paradise. Cabo Wabo Cantina at The Miracle Mile Shops is bringing a shot of love to Vegas this Valentine’s Day. Grab a chocolate covered cherry cocktail and a heart-shaped bowl of chips and guacamole. This restaurant is for those who want to add a little spice to their night.

Hash House a Go Go inside The LINQ Hotel
Throw out the traditional way to do Valentine’s Day. Hash House A Go Go is giving you a brunch and dinner option. This menu is complete with HH red velvet flap jacks, Caesar salad, Angus beef petite filet and white chocolate raspberry cheesecake. Who wants to decide between brunch and dinner? No one. So plop your butt in a seat and enjoy both for this holiday.

Honolulu Cookie Company in The LINQ Promenade
There’s one day of the year where it’s okay to stuff your face with cookies and cry while watching romantic comedies (Rom-Coms for all the hip people). Honolulu Cookie Company at The Linq Promenade is here to help you eat your feelings. Don’t wait, order them now so when the big VDAY comes, you’re fully stocked.