The Crazy Horse Paris

Tickets and booking for the enchanting Crazy Horse Paris cabaret show

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At a Glance

Price: $135 for show and no drinks, $155 for show plus half-bottle of house champagne or two drinks per person*,  $210 per person for show plus upgraded Champagne, $235.00 for show and dinner**

Crazy Horse Paris Show Times: Sunday through Friday: 8:15 pm & 10:45 pm and Saturday at 7:00 pm, 9:30 pm & 11:45 pm.  If a dinner option is chosen, reservation time will be confirmed upon booking.

Duration: 2 Hours

Meeting Point: 12 Av. George V, 75008 Paris, France

Availability: Shows 7 days a week year round except Christmas, New Year’s day and select French holidays.

Crazy Horse Paris

One of the funnest and sexiest (R rated, nothing goes too far) shows in Paris. A great adult time in the center of Paris.

Add dinner at a great local restaurant to make the night complete.

*Clients may choose a soft drink or water instead of champagne.  **Price varies per restaurant

Looking for other Paris cabaret choices? How about the Paradis Latin or Lido cabaret shows?

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Add dinner at a great local restaurant to make the night complete.

*Clients may choose a soft drink or water instead of champagne.  **Price varies per restaurant

About Le Crazy Horse Paris Cabaret

Constructed out of 12 ancient wine cellars, the Crazy Horse Paris theatre is centrally located in the heart of Paris, just off the historic Champs-Elysees.

The view of the stage at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris.
The view of the stage at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris.

Avant-garde artist Alain Bernardin opened the theater in 1951. Originally set as a traditional burlesque show that featured musical and comedy acts, Le Crazy Horse has evolved to what it is today: a spectacle of highly choreographed sensuality.

Crazy Horse Dinner Options

Enjoy a three course gourmet dinner before your cabaret show. 

Choose from two great local restaurants near the theater: Fouquet’s or Chez Francis.

All Crazy Horse dinner packages include a three-course meal, 1/2 bottle of wine, 1/2 bottle of mineral water and coffee, per person. Reservation time confirmed upon booking.

The dining room at the Fermette Marbeuf restaurant in Paris.
The dining room at the Fermette Marbeuf restaurant in Paris.

The Restaurant Choices

Fouquet’s: Housed inside Paris’ newest five star hotel, Fouquet’s features Chef Jean-Yves Leuranguer’s inspired cuisine.

Chez Francis: Enjoy a great view of the Eiffel Tower as you dine at the stylish Chez Francis.