Thunder from Down Under returns to Lake Tahoe South Shore |

Thunder from Down Under returns to Lake Tahoe South Shore

Thunder from Down Under performs for two nights in Tahoe.
Thunder from Down Under via Facebook

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What: Thunder from Down Under

When: 6:30 p.m., Friday & Saturday, Sept. 21-22

Where: Village at Squaw Valley

Tickets: $28.89-$96.83 (plus fees)


Ladies, the Outback is coming to Lake Tahoe.

Billed as “Australia’s hottest export,” Thunder From Down Under returns to South Shore for two shows this weekend.

If you haven’t pieced it together yet, Thunder From Down Under is an all-male revue. Put more simply, it’s a bunch of chiseled men seductively dancing on stage in front of a largely female audience for 90 minutes.

“The sexy blokes of Australia know how to get the audience excited from the minute they walk out on stage,” states the show description on the Tahoe South website. “Each performer helps make a different fantasy come true for the thrilled women in the audience whose screams of appreciation fill the Thunder showroom.”

But, according to Thunder’s Facebook bio, these guys aren’t just your ordinary.

“Thunder was named ‘Best Dancers’ by the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper and show that they aren’t just your average run-of-the-mill strippers. More than 6 million women have seen the striking faces and physiques of the performers worldwide and they are still clamoring for more,” states the Facebook bio, which shockingly refrains from using the term “thunderstruck” despite being the name of a hit song by one of Australia’s most famous rock bands (come on, guys).

In the roughly 17 years since its formation, Thunder from Down Under has performed in more than 15 countries. The show has stopped in Tahoe in recent years, and it will be in town for two nights: Friday and Saturday at Harrah’s.

Tickets are available at

Harrah’s Lake Tahoe is located at 15 U.S. 50 in Stateline, Nevada.

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