Rocker Vince Neil Set to Open Vegas Strip Club

Rocker Vince Neil Set to Open Vegas Strip Club
Bob Johnson

LAS VEGAS — A new rock and roll-themed strip club — Girls, Girls, Girls — owned by Motley Crue’s Vince Neil is set to open April 13 in Las Vegas.

The topless bar is completely hooked up with rock and roll memorabilia, posters, photos and guitars and includes Neil’s own VIP room, along with a guest VIP room with one-way glass.

Every dancer will be in rock chick gear, as Neil described them with; “tattoos, big boobs, big hair and super sexy.” 

“We’ve done a couple casting calls. We’ve got a lot of girls coming in and flying in. They have to have the right look; they have to be kind of rocker chicks…that’s what I’m looking for. It’s going to be the only place in town where you can listen to rock music, have a cocktail and look at boobs. I have a new place to hang out,” Neil told the Las Vegas Sun’s Robin Leach.

And don’t expect DJs to be spinning dance music and definitely no hip-hop in the booth set in a long center bar complete with HD TVs cranking out non-stop rock videos.

“The one thing you will hear is rock. The one thing you won’t hear is hip hop. We are the only club in Vegas that plays rock and has dancers who look and act like rocker chicks right from a video.”

Set in the former Déjà Vu location across from the Orleans hotel, Neil’s club will be open from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. and will be the first of many around the country.

“In the next two years, we’ll have at least two more clubs open, hopefully more, and I’m looking for club spots right now, in New Orleans and elsewhere where I tour. It’s going to be a lot of fun. It’s not just going to be here in Vegas,” Neil said.

The new club held its soft opening last Friday that reportedly had 130 pre-opening reservations.

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