Enjoy great deals on Lido Cabaret Paris tickets on isango! High kicks, feathers, crystal-adorned costumes and theatrical storylines. No, we are not talking about the Moulin Rouge we're actually referring to it's a more modern and less tourist-prone competitor, the Lido Cabaret. In the heart of Paris' most iconic strip, the Magnifique Champ Elysees, the theatre puts on it's own epic showstopper, inspired by the city of love itself. First throwing open its doors in 1946, the dazzling show has been turning heads ever since, its masterful choreography and effervescent theatrical numbers a stunning tribute to Parisian culture and history.
Dress to impress. Located on one of the most beautiful and well-known avenues in the world, it’s no wonder Le Lido enforces a smart casual dress code. Don a coat and tie and leave the shorts, sportswear and tennis shoes at home.
Leave the camera at home. Cameras are unfortunately not allowed during Le Lido Cabaret shows. A professional photographer will snap a few shots of you, though print copies do come with a hefty price tag.
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Best time to visit
The Lido Cabaret is open every day of the year from 9am to 2am, with a dinner and show every night at 7pm. In terms of seasons, we recommend a visit to Paris during autumn, when warmer weather still prevails, and the main tourist season is coming to a close.
You can’t miss the famous Champ Elysee strip. The location is conveniently serviced by the city’s efficient transport links. Depending on your route, take the metro line 1 to George V or the RER A to Charles de Gaule Etoile.
Money saving tips
Book your Lido cabaret tickets well in advance to save some significant dough. Whether it’s a dinner package or late-night show, be sure to shop around for a deal that suits your needs best.
Did you know?
Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits about the iconic show!
During his time stationed in France as an American GI, Elvis Presley visited and gave an impromptu performance to a crowd at the show! Other famous faces to take centre stage at the Lido include Elton John and Eartha Kitt.
The show went to Vegas. Following a visit from the entertainment director of the Stardust Resort and Casino in 1955, the Lido show was brought to the Stardust in Las Vegas. This started a series of imports of Parisian cabaret shows to Las Vegas, with the show entertaining audiences for more than 40 years before calling it quits in the late 90's.