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Andrew Dice Clay

Thursday, Dec 13, 2012 10:30p
Starlite Theatre Las Vegas, NV

Fresh off his reoccurring appearance on HBO’s “Entourage”, the undisputed heavy weight comedy king makes his triumphant return to Las Vegas! He’s rude, he’s crude, he’s Andrew Dice Clay and you can catch his limited engagement shows in the Starlite Theatre. Produced by Mike Tricarichi.

Tickets through the Club Riviera Box Office start at $49.99 for General Admission, $69.99 for Preferred and $89.99 for VIP (taxes and fees not included).

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Andrew Dice Clay is proud to be America's most controversial and outrageous comic of all time. And it's that persona that has made Clay "The Undisputed "Heavy Weight King of Comedy." Over the last few years, Clay has been going through resurgence; he had a critically acclaimed recurring role on the final season of HBO's Entourage ....
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Starlite Theatre
2901 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Riviera Hotel & Casino
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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USER REVIEWS
(no rating) Dec 28, 2008 - cubbies on Andrew Dice Clay
WHAT A RIP OFF

We paid $124.00 for two tickets on the first balcony. Feel sorry for those who paid more. The first comedian was on for 10 mins. Dice was on for 1/2 hour most. What an absolute rip off. I understand he was getting heckled by the crowd but hay...your a commedian buddy ... suck it up!!! I want my money back!!!

Sep 06, 2008 - MsO on Andrew Dice Clay
Some things never change....

His raunchy style has not changed, his act was about what you'd expect, rude & crude in a Dice kind of way, which is good if you were fan enough to go. You got your fill in the 60 mins he was on stage. The opening act was pretty good...and the DiceMan?? Really...he's almost 50, I give him an E for effort.

Jan 29, 2008 - rareexception on Andrew Dice Clay
Never been a fan of his humor

Not sure why anyone is
Frankly too, he performs on film rather than acting. He's like a method actor that can't get in to any role but himself.