Redneck Riviera Rumored to Be Closing at Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s

It’s been open for less than a year, but we hear Redneck Riviera is closing at Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s.

Redneck Riviera opened in Feb. 2017, backed by country star John Rich, whoever that might actually be.

Redneck Riviera

Every time a place with country music closes, an angel gets its wings.

The decision to pull the plug on the country-themed Redneck Riviera comes after months of struggling to connect with Las Vegas visitors.

Redneck Riviera featured live country music and a “Heroes Bar,” touted as being “staffed by veterans” and offering military members and veterans their first drink free.

The bar had some distinctive decorative elements, including an American flag fashioned from beer cans, a sequined saddle and creative bathroom fixtures.

Redneck Riviera bathroom

Dibs.

It’s unknown what will replace Redneck Riviera after it closes, expected to happen as soon as the end of the month.

Updated (2/20/18): Our story has been confirmed with the closure of Redneck Riviera at Grand Bazaar Shops.

5 thoughts on “Redneck Riviera Rumored to Be Closing at Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s

  1. Photoncounter

    The whole damn Bizarre Shops at Bally’s ought to close. Worst use of Strip real estate. The homeless encampment/people mover that was there before was way more entertaining. Greedy Seizures Entertainment trying to leverage every buck they can sure blew this one.

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  2. skeptic555

    Unsurprising. I passed by maybe a dozen times heading into or out of Bally’s. I couldn’t tell if they were even open, it was such a graveyard. I expect anything going into that spot will suffer.

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  3. Troy Swezey

    “It’s unknown what will replace Redneck Riviera after it closes, expected to happen as soon as the end of the month.” and expect whatever goes in there next, to close shortly after that.

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  4. Beth Carroll

    The whole area looks incredibly cheap. Container / pod pop-up buildings . Perhaps if they spent a little more time and money the area would have more foot traffic.

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  5. Jeff

    Its no wonder they closed. They didn’t have their own food and the service was horrendous. I tried the place a couple of times and both times the service was so poor we walked out. Employees are sitting around talking to each other rather than helping the patrons. It should have survived with the right management and employees that gave a damn about the people coming in.

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