Las Vegas Strip Club Ends Audition After Over 1,000 Women Sign Up To Try


Vegas Strip Club Ends Audition After Over 1,000 Women Enrollment, Organizers Worried An ‘Astroworld Situation’ Could Happen And Crush Participants

  • Over 1,000 women have signed up to audition for Vegas strip club, Club Ice
  • The event took place on Wednesday at the Blume Lounge in nearby Henderson.
  • Fire marshal reportedly closed event after it turned out to be too popular
  • “You all saw some bullshit happened with Travis Scott the other night, you better pack your bags,” a host told members of the audience as they pushed against the stage.










Dance auditions for a strip club soon to open in Las Vegas were halted by the Fire Marshal after too many showed up to watch the trials, with a host calling back to a crowd pushed against the stage of this month’s Astroworld stampede.

Trials for Club Ice took place last Wednesday at the Blume Lounge in Henderson, Nevada – just outside of Vegas.

The event turned out to be a bit too popular, with TMZ reporting that 1,000 women signed up and the Fire Marshal had to shut it down to avoid potential injury.

At one point you hear a host say, “That ***** son of a bitch is too packed, you all have to back off. You all saw some bullshit happened with Travis Scott the other night, you would. better pack your bags, ”referring to the deadly stampede at the Houston festival that killed 10 people.

Auditions for dancers at upcoming Ice Club reportedly interrupted by fire marshal

“You’re not going to sue me for saying ‘I’ll let you all do this shit,’ said a man who seemed like a host. ‘You all saw this shit happen with Travis Scott the other night, you better pack your bags’

The strip club welcomed people to the living room to watch the trials.

‘ABSOLUTELY FREE TO PASS THROUGH THE DOOR TO APPLY. WE ALSO WELCOME THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO COME TO WATCH THE DANCERS ‘AUDITIONS, ”the club said on Instagram.

Videos from the event show nearly naked women dancing in a fully lit room as people toss money in the air.

A man who seems to be turning the crowd on yells into a microphone, “We are in Motherf ****** Las Vegas, Nevada. We are in Detroit. We are in Motherf ****** Oakland. ‘

‘Uh oh, here’s the money, all of you.’

In another video, a man warns the audience to back off as he invades the stage.

He referred to the Astroworld Festival, where 10 people died, including eight during the show, on November 5.

Women were always able to secure dance spots at the soon-to-open club, TMZ reports

Women were always able to secure dance spots at the soon-to-open club, TMZ reports

The trials took place at the Blume Lounge in Henderson, Nevada, just outside of Vegas

The trials took place at the Blume Lounge in Henderson, Nevada, just outside of Vegas

There, the crowd rushed onto the stage as Travis Scott prepared to perform his headlining set.

Scott is known to make the audiences at his shows act exuberantly, although the video shows him stopping his performance to ask if everyone is safe.

On November 14, a 9-year-old boy who was held on his father’s shoulders became the tenth person to die from injuries sustained during the show.

The festival and Scott, who founded it, are the subject of numerous lawsuits, including one filed Thursday by Texas lawyer Thomas J. Henry on behalf of 280 victims.

Travis Scott has been widely criticized for continuing to play for 38 minutes after the Houston PD said a massively casualty incident at his Astroworld festival on November 5.

Travis Scott has been widely criticized for continuing to play for 38 minutes after the Houston PD said a massively casualty incident at his Astroworld festival on November 5.

Ezra Blount, 9, of Dallas, Texas, is the latest to die in a deadly wave of crowds during Scott's performance

Ezra Blount, 9, of Dallas, Texas, is the latest to die in a deadly wave of crowds during Scott’s performance

“You’re not going to sue me for saying ‘I’ll let you all do this shit,’ the Club Ice try-out man said.

The Nevada Fire Marshal did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the DailyMail.com shutdown.

Some women have still managed to make a place in the cast of the club, reports TMZ.

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