“Vegas Nocturne” Set to Close at The Cosmo, May Move to SLS Las Vegas

The cast of “Vegas Nocturne” has been informed the show will close soon at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. inside The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas.

The well-reviewed show, from Spiegelworld, the folks behind one of the best shows in Las Vegas, “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace, has been an integral part of the Rose. Rabbit. Lie. experience that includes dining, bars and a nightclub.

Rose. Rabbit. Lie. opened January 18, 2014.

Vegas Nocturne

Here’s hoping the bendy girl in “Vegas Nocturne” finds a new home soon.

Here’s our look at one of the more extraordinary nights out in Las Vegas, or any other city for that matter, at Rose. Rabbit. Lie.

Details are hard to come by at this point, but there’s a good chance “Vegas Nocturne” will close after its 300th performance at Rose. Rabbit. Lie.

Producers of the show are apparently looking for a new home for the irreverent variety show, and the hotel that appears to be a frontrunner is SLS Las Vegas. Our contacts at SLS haven’t heard anything about a potential deal, however.

Vegas Nocturne

The bendy guy needs a new home, too, by the way.

The closure of “Vegas Nocturne” comes as a shock to many fans of the quirky show, despite faltering ticket sales in recent months.

Should the show move to SLS Las Vegas, it will add a compelling new element to what’s already expected to be the hotel’s focus on idiosyncratic nightlife.

More news sure to come!


8 thoughts on ““Vegas Nocturne” Set to Close at The Cosmo, May Move to SLS Las Vegas


    Hmmm, wonder if this has anything to do with the recent Blackstone purchase of the Cosmo? Are they already starting to cost-cut? Seems really weird that the Cosmo would unveil this with so much fanfare and shut it down just a few months later. *worried furrowed brow*

  2. Ronno971

    Anyone have an idea what the approximate date would be for the 300th show? We were thinking about trying to catch the show in September.

    1. Scott Roeben

      Sounds like it’s happening soon, perhaps within the week. None of this is confirmed yet, so keep your fingers crossed, and get tickets, anyway, if they’re available.

  3. EndlessVertiGo

    What a shame. Saw it a few weeks back and it was pretty fun, though they sold us tickets at half price through the RRL box office, even. Midweek, but still that was a little surprising.

    It is a great time, but you really have to commit a whole night for the “experience” of all three shows and that adds up to several hundred bucks per person. Tough to settle for being stuck there an entire night at that price instead of the 2 hours or so at most other shows.

    Everyone there was nice as could be and our group had a great time at the main show and in the bar/library afterwards. Hope they can find a better niche at SLS or wherever they end up.

  4. Adam Wishne

    When you are on Groupon/Travelzoo, you generally know something is up. Priced too high. There is a certain large wheel in the middle of the strip showing similar signs…

  5. Chloe

    The night I saw the show it was terrible. Terrible in the way that you would change the channel at home because you felt embarrassed for the characters. I was very disappointed because I was looking forward to the show being a huge fan of Absinthe which I have seen twice and would even see again!


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