Venue: Atrium Showroom
3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
Show Dates: Ongoing
Show Times: 8pm
Age Restriction: 16
Starting at $49.50
He has a way of making you feel like a curious kid experiencing the intense anticipation of what exciting or tremendously silly object he may pull out of one of his decorated steamer trunks next. Could it be an asthmatic's party horn complete with an inhaler; or slippers with bumpers for those late-night jaunts to the bathroom or kitchen; or the Puff Daddy jacket that doubles as prison wear?
Whatever everyday-object conversion the curly haired, red-headed Carrot Top comes up with, it is sure to make the room erupt into laughter. Carrot Top -- who is part prop comic with his 35 trunks chock-full of his latest ingenious inventions, and part ringmaster of a spectacle of lights, lasers, pyrotechnics, loud music and of course, outstanding humor -- takes audiences on one heck of a wild 90-minute ride whenever he comes to Las Vegas.
Making fun of celebrities, sports figures, musicians and prominent political figures with a rapid-fire delivery, Carrot Top's creative and witty brand of humor focuses on the inane and absurd. Take, for instance, his Whitney Houston microphone with an attached water pipe, his Mark McGwire baseball bat complete with a hollowed-out area for storing steroids, or his Dick Cheney "Operation" game.
Whether he's pulling objects from his "redneck" trunk, which contains items like a Breathalyzer phone and a John Deere graduation cap, or from his "rock" trunk, which holds what he needs to morph into Michael Jackson, Steven Tyler and Bono, Carrot Top's show is full of outrageous comedy and shocking surprises.
"I think the next prop I'm gonna make is a boxing glove with a couple of ears attached to it and call it the 'Mike Tyson Chewing Toy,'" wrote the comic on his website.
Although Carrot Top considers himself a rather strange individual, and indeed he is, it's apparent by his many successes that he has no problem connecting with audiences. Most influenced by such comedian greats as Jonathan Winters, Robin Williams and George Carlin, Carrot Top, while following in some pretty big footsteps, seems to be making his way just fine.