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There are a couple "totally nude" strip clubs...because they existed before laws were passed to make them illegal here. They also allow 18+ instead of 21+...for that same reason (no alcohol though).
Other than that, there are no 'naked shows' of any kind.
Zumanity has people in 'very little' clothing during their Cirque Du Soleil production (and wear 'skin colored cloth' to 'pretend' even more lack of clothes)...but nothing actually naked.
There are 'topless" clubs and shows...but, again, only the two nude clubs.
Fezar has never existed in Las Vegas.
Never heard of Fezar as a show of any type...and it would be ILLEGAL here...because of 1) the nudity, and 2) no touching of naked body parts allowed, either.
Las Vegas DOES have rules and laws...and our police "don't play"...ask Paris Hilton who now has a drug crime record because of LV police, OJ Simpson is in our jails because he commited a crime here, etc.
So...yeah, couple "nude" clubs...that's it.
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