Girls night Outback: Thunder From Down Under returns to Lake Tahoe

Thunder From Down Under performs at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Aug. 15-17.
Thunder From Down Under / Facebook

If you go ...

What: Thunder From Down Under

When: 10 p.m., Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 15-17

Where: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (50 U.S. 50, Stateline, Nev.)

Tickets: $25 (plus tax & fees)


One of the sexiest shows in Las Vegas is heading north for a limited run here at the lake.

Thunder From Down Under returns to Tahoe for a three-night engagement that starts Thursday and continues through Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

Billed as “Ladies Night Outback,” Thunder From Down Under features some of the Land Down Under’s hottest men doing … pretty much exactly what you’d expect during a casino show with a 10 p.m. start time. (We kid, but seriously, check out their website at — ‘nough said).

We could go on trying to find different ways to describe just how attractive these guys are and finding fun, playful ways to describe the act of taking one’s clothes off, but we’ll just let them lay it out for you (is that a pun?).

“The sexy blokes of Australia’s Thunder From Down Under know how to get the audience excited from the minute they walk out on stage! Each performer helps make a different fantasy come true for the thrilled women in the audience whose screams of appreciation fill the Thunder showroom,” states Thunder’s Facebook bio.

“For 15 years Thunder From Down Under has been ‘eye candy’ for women of all ages with the dancers making women happy in the blink of an eye and the unbuttoning of a shirt! This show is the ultimate bachelorette party experience.”

There. Now do you have a firm grasp (pretty sure that is strictly forbidden on the part of audience members) on the show? Good.

Thunder From Down Under performs at the Hard Rock Friday and Saturday with shows starting at 10 p.m. in Vinyl. Tickets are $25 plus taxes/fees.

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