Carrot Top Las Vegas – Tickets & Show Times at the Luxor 2023

Warning: Carrot Top may physically hurt you.

Carrot Top puts on 240 shows a year at the Luxor in Las Vegas
Carrot Top puts on 240 shows a year at the Luxor in Las Vegas

Several hours after attending his show, I woke up in my hotel room bed around 4 AM with pain in my rib cage area. Was it from drinking too much that day? All the walking you do in Las Vegas? The big steak dinner?

No. It was from laughing.

Carrot Top’s insanely funny show caused me to laugh so hard for so long that it brought pain to the muscles of my chest. It’s actually a real medical condition called “pleurisy”, and is the only source of pain that I would gladly pay to experience again.

My point is that if you’re considering going to see Carrot Top while in Las Vegas, DO IT. I’ve seen the show twice –ten years apart – and both times have been the highlight of the trip.

Ticket prices for his show are very reasonable by Las Vegas standards, and well worth it, as Carrot Top constantly delivers an extremely high-energy, jam-packed, 1 and ½ hour show full of prop jokes, videos, special effects and stand-up that will have you leaving the theater grinning from ear-to-ear.

Carrot Top perfoms at the Luxor's Atrium Showroom
Carrot Top perfoms at the Luxor’s Atrium Showroom

Below are the times for Carrot Top’s Las Vegas residency at the Luxor Hotel and Casino. Keep in mind, like all the rest of us, he gets vacation time too, and does not perform every single week.

In addition, he will leave Las Vegas every few months to make appearances at other venues and big casinos across the country, such as the WinStar World Resort in Oklahoma, and the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee, among others.

Carrot Top Las Vegas Schedule

Most of the year, however, Carrot Top stays in Las Vegas, and his weekly schedule is as follows:

Monday – Saturday8 PM
SundayNo Show

Luxor Atrium Showroom

All shows take place on the second level of the Luxor, at the Atrium Showroom.

(Despite the different colors on this seating chart, the first six rows (A – F) are Category “A” seating. Rows G – K are Category “B” seating. Row L is Category “C” seating, while the very last row, M is Category “D” seating).

Atrium Showroom Seating Chart
Atrium Showroom Seating Chart

There are 350 seats in this intimate theater. The sloping design, with high angled seats mean there’s not a bad seat in the house.

There are four levels of tickets, A, B, C and D, with A being the closest to the stage (and therefore more expensive) followed by “B” in the middle. The second to last row is “C” while the last row is “D” seating.

I’ve personally sat in the upper and lower B sections and had the same fun experience, so I don’t think you will miss out if you decide to skip the pricier Category A seats. However at many shows, Carrot Top will stop and chat and provide shots of Crown Royal to those in the first few rows. If you want a chance to do shots with Carrot Top, you may want to pony up for the more expense seats up front.

Carrot Top Ticket Prices at the Luxor Las Vegas

I’m an affiliate for, and will receive a commission should you get tickets here: Carrot Top Tickets. They occasionally have sales, however, buying from the Luxor direct is most often cheaper. You can get them here: Carrot Top Tickets from the Luxor (I am not an affiliate with Luxor).

Current prices from the Luxor are as follows. These are before all taxes and fees, which are roughly $16 per ticket.

Category1 Ticket

Tickets will be accessed through your phone. At the bottom of their website, they now say that mobile or digital tickets are the only option.

Ticketmaster Tickets for Carrot Top?

Similar to, prices at Ticketmaster are more expensive than buying from the Luxor directly.

However if you spend enough time searching various ticket brokers, and you feel it’s worth your time, you may be able to save five bucks here or there. However prices for Carrot Top tickets will generally be close to the same wherever you buy tickets.

The popular show has been a Vegas staple since 2005 years. Even with his 240 Las Vegas shows a year, the demand is solid, and you won’t find ½ tickets or anything approaching twenty or thirty bucks a seat. (Trust me, I’ve tried).

The Tix4Tonight booths found along the Strip for example boast of discount Carrot Top tickets, and perhaps there is a deal or two to be had, however my wife and I bought Carrot Top seats at the Casino Royale Tix 4 Tonight booth and paid slightly more than the official Luxor prices (and before I did any research).

And keep in mind those enticing ticket prices you’ll find advertised on magazines and websites do not include the hefty entertainment taxes and fees Las Vegas businesses graciously pass onto us visitors.

Carrot Top Las Vegas Luxor VIP Meet and Greet Tickets

For $53 (after taxes and fees), you can meet Carrot Top backstage at 7 PM before the show.

Please note that the meet and greet tickets do not get you entrance into the show. You still have to buy those separately.

Tickets for the Meet and Greet start at $43.50 per person, but with taxes and fees it comes out to $53 even.

The Meet-n-Greet ticket itself is $43.50 (after standard taxes), however the Luxor charges an additional $8.72 service charge fee on top of that, plus there’s $.78 worth of service charge tax. Whew.

About the show

Once you make your way up the long uphill walkway, an usher will can your tickets and show you to your seats.

Once seated, you’ll be treated to a montage of humorous-video clips, many on the risqué side. Think of an “R” rated version of “America’s Funniest Videos.”

This montage was almost worth the ticket price itself and gives your lungs a good warm-up for what’s to come.

After that is a short routine from a stand-up comedian. The comedians may vary from show to show, and can be hit-or-miss in my view.

Is the Carrot Top Show Appropriate for Kids?


While I love Carrot Top and the show, I would never take my kids (now ages 7 and 9) to this performance.

The vast majority of the props and gags are great for all ages, however the intro video montage, the warm-up comedian are both R-rated.

In addition, there are several jokes and props in the show with sexual innuendo – things you would be incredibly embarrassed to see when sitting next to your kids, (or grandma for that matter).


(Photos courtesy of Quinn Dombrowski via Flickr).