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Crazy Horse and Food Combos


Couple entertainment with food with these Crazy Horse and Food combo products. Choose from delectable and authenic French food options.

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Crazy Horse Tickets


About Crazy Horse

The Crazy Horse Paris is one of the most popular cabaret shows in Paris. Ever since it opened in 1951, Crazy Horse has continued the Parisian nightlife tradition of cabaret shows. The shows at the Crazy Horse are famous all over the world. The provocative dancers, the magical displays and wonderful French food and champagne make a Crazy Horse experience in Paris unforgettable.

Crazy Horse History

The Crazy Horse was established in the year 1951 when 12 cellars of an impressive building at 12 Avenue George-V were joined together by Alain Bernardin to bring one of the most sensual, and yet sophisticated cabaret shows to Paris. Alain operated the Crazy Horse until his death in 1994. He was responsible for creating the signature artistic style that gave made the Crazy Horse gain popularity. Bernardin presented a sophisticated art form that had elements of New Wave, New Realism and Pop Art.

Crazy Horse Guest Stars

The Crazy Horse has had some extremely famous stars and personalities perform with them. Some of them include Dita Von Teese, Arielle Dombasle, Clotilde Courau, Neomie Lenoir, Pamela Anderson and Conchita Wurst.

Crazy Horse Address

12 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France.

How To Get There

By Subway:

Line 9 : Alma - Marceau | RER A : Charles de Gaulle Etoile

Line 1 : George V - Franklin D. Roosevelt | RER C : Pont de l’Alma

By Bus:

Lines : 42, 63, 72, 80, 92

Stop : Alma-Marceau

Crazy Horse Dress Code

The dress code promoted at the Crazy Horse are casuals and business casual. Suits and dresses are optional. However, do note that jeans, shorts, sneakers are not permitted.

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