Le Crazy Horse Paris Show Packages

Tickets and booking for the Crazy Horse Paris cabaret show.

Price: $160.00 for show and half-bottle of champagne*, $245.00 For Show and Dinner**

Show Times and Information

Show Times: Sunday to Friday:  8:15 pm & 10:45 pm Saturday: 7:00 pm, 9:30 pm & 11:45 pm

* Clients may choose a soft drink or water instead of champagne

** Add $45 for dinner at Fouquet's and $75 for dinner at Pershing Hall

Dress Code: Casually elegant dress is requested. Please try and avoid jeans.

Crazy Horse Paris Address:

12 avenue George V, 75008 Paris

Paris Metro Train #1, stop Georges V

Crazy Horse Dinner Options

See the famous Le Crazy Horse Cabaret Show and enjoy a three course gourmet dinner. Choose from three great local restaurants: Fouquet's, Fermette Marbeuf 1900, Pershing Hall or Chez Francis.

All dinners include a three-course meal, 1/2 bottle of wine, 1/2 bottle of mineral water and coffee per person.


Housed inside Paris' newest five star hotel (Hotel Fouquet's Barriere) Fouquet's is a restaurant sure to please. Let Chef Jean-Yves Leuranguer's inspired cuisine delight you.

Fermette Marbeuf 1900

Be transported back a century at Fermette Marbeuf 1900. The food, decor and artwork take you back in time with simple yet elegant French cuisine.

Fermette Marbeuf interior.

Chez Francis

Enjoy the view of the Eiffel Tower as you dine at the stylish Chez Francis. Chez Francis is a true Parisian bistro.

Pershing Hall

Located in Paris' most prestigious neighborhood, near the Champs Elysees, you'll find the restaurant inside the Pershing Hall Hotel offers a rare chance to dine in a lovely courtyard and enjoy top notch seasonal cuisine.

About Le Crazy Horse

Constructed out of 12 ancient wine cellars, the modern Crazy Horse Paris theatre is a sight to behold. One of Paris' best cabaret shows for over 58 years, Crazy Horse cabaret delivers a great night out, conveniently located right off of the Champs Elysees.

Focusing on femininity, creativity, and the avant-garde, Le Crazy Horse is among the most daring of all the Parisian cabarets.

And for those of you wondering, the show is named after the Sioux Indian chief, Crazy Horse.

Crazy Horse Paris - Legs

The Crazy Horse was opened in 1951 by avant-garde artist Alain Bernardin. Originally set as a racy burlesque show that featured musical and comedy acts, Le Crazy Horse has evolved into a spectacle of artistry and sensuality.

The original show moved from Paris to Las Vegas for a brief period before returning to France. The new Paris show "Desirs" picks up where the original left off and takes the show to a new level. Managing Director, Andrée Deissenberg says "it was never a matter of revolutionizing Le Crazy, we just had to evolve it, awaken it, make it sparkle again". Awaken it they have. "Desirs" is a true spectacle indeed.