Bustout Burlesque
September 8, 2017
9:00 pm
New Orleans
House of Blues

Doors 8:00PM. Showtime 9:00PM. The show runs around 90 minutes. This is ages 18+ show. ID REQUIRED FOR ENTRANCE. Leave your knives and guns at home, or you will be turned away. No refunds unless show cancelled/rescheduled. General Admission is Limited Seating and Standing Room Only. Seating will be on a First Come/ First Serve Basis. RESERVED SEATING is also available! The best seats are the floor seats, which are listed as FTBL on the ticketing site. Balcony Bench Seating on the second floor is listed as BALC. If seating is sold-out online, ask the bartender about upgrading to a table once you arrive inside the Music Hall. There are some tables available only as upgrades upon entering the venue.

Tonight’s Special Guests: Miss Miranda (London, UK via Los Angeles) the British bombshell and fetish femme fatale! Born and raised in London but now hailing from Los Angeles, California,
 Miranda is the great, great, great niece of J.M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan. She is an Art graduate, as well as a full time performer and 
internationally published model. With over ten years experience performing burlesque around the globe, she now models regularly for Playboy.

Lou Lou la Duchesse de Riere (Montreal, Canada) is Montreal’s answer to real royalty. This stripping sensation from the Mohawk nation has been performing her brand of balls to the wall burlesque for well over a decade. She is an internationally recognized performer who has shimmied her way across the stages of New Orleans, Las Vegas, New York, Texas, Detroit, and Chicago.

The Best Burlesque Show in New Orleans

The hit show Bustout Burlesque brings back authentic 1950s-style burlesque by presenting beautiful and talented striptease dancers accompanied by a live traditional jazz band. With a comic emcee, singer, and variety acts, the show truly brings you back to the glory days of Bourbon Street. Bustout Burlesque features some of the world’s top stars of burlesque! Created by Show Producer Rick Delaup.