Andrew Dice Clay

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Location Tropicana Las Vegas - A Doubletree by Hilton

Phone (866) 287-2028

Show Type Comedy

"Undisputed Bad Boy of Comedy," Andrew Dice Clay is up close and in your face. He keeps the audience entertained without losing any bit of what has made him famous.

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Age restriction: Must be 18 years of age or older
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Show times:

10 p.m. on select dates. 

Show Length:

90 Minutes 

Comedian Andrew Dice Clay is back in town with trademark insults and potty humor.

Known for his vulgar nursery rhymes and offensive stage routines, “The Diceman” has been commanding crowds since the ‘80s. His hilarious takes on self-intimacy, relationships and current events continue to evoke sidesplitting laughter. However, Dice’s show isn’t for the thin-skinned. He’s been known to hurl an insult or two just to see if he can get an audience member kicked out.

If we still haven’t scared you away, you’re not going to want to miss out.